Citizenship, Identity and Nepal’s Contested 2015 Constitution
By Nirnaya Bhatta and Maximillian Morch
The 2015 Constitution failed to address the demands of Madhesi and indigenous populations.
By Peter Gill
The second phase of Nepal’s local elections tested both the new constitution and the country’s vision.
Nepal’s Unending Political Instability
By Kamal Dev Bhattarai
Nepal’s power tussle is overshadowing pressing national issues.
A Turnaround in India-Nepal Relations
By Sumit Kumar
After a rocky year, a recent visit marks a turning point in bilateral ties.
Nepal's Government Considers Amendment to Resolve Constitutional Crisis
By Ankit Panda
Nepal's prolonged constitutional crisis may be headed toward a solution.
Turmoil in India-Nepal Ties as China Moves In
By Harsh V. Pant
China is making the most of a decline in India's relations with Nepal. What benefits can Beijing reap?
Nepal Tests India’s Much Touted Neighborhood Diplomacy
By Sanjay Kumar
India’s interference in the Nepali constitutional process has tarnished Narendra Modi’s reputation in the Himalayan country.
Between Nepal and India: Echoes of 1971 in South Asia
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
The crisis in Nepal is eerily similar in some ways to Pakistan's schism in 1971.
Nepal's Constitution: Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire?
By Alexandre Dor
Amid intense protests and severe riots, Nepal has gone forward with its newest constitution.
Nepal's New Constitution: 65 Years in the Making
By Hari Phuyal
Nepal's new constitution passed on September 16. What will the new Nepal look like?
Amid Protests, Nepal Moves Toward a New Constitution
By Ankit Panda
Nepal's constituent assembly is voting on a draft constitution despite widespread protests over that very document.
The Madhes and the Future of Nepal
By Manish Gyawali
Recent elections appear to have dashed the hopes of Madhesi activists for autonomy.