Nepal’s MCC Agreement With the US Officially Begins
By Sacha Shaw
The once controversial U.S. program has largely slipped from the public’s eye in the years following its ratification by the Nepali Parliament.
The Foreign Policy Implications of Nepal’s Election
By Pratistha Rijal
Continued political instability could allow external powers to increase their influence in the country's political landscape.
In Northern Nepal, New Roadways Threaten an Ancient Culture
By Tulsi Rauniyar
New infrastructure projects have brought economic opportunity and increased access to health care and education. But they have also exacted a cost.
Nepal and the China-EU Lending Race
By Peter Gill
As the EU seeks to expand lending for infrastructure in Asia, will it maintain high standards?
The Limits of Nepal’s China Outreach
By Kamal Dev Bhattarai
Nepal and China finalized the protocol of their Transit and Transport deal. What will that mean in practice?
China’s Belt and Road Comes to Nepal
By Avash Mani Dixit
The Belt and Road could help Nepal reduce its economic dependence on India.
Aid Management and Institutional Capacity in Nepal
By Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley
The Nepalese government showed leadership in the aftermath of the quake, but faces serious long-term challenges.