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After the Flood: Nepal’s Slow Recovery
March 22, 2018
After the Flood: Nepal’s Slow Recovery
Amid decentralization, Nepal has been slow to recover from the devastating 2017 floods.
After the Flood: Nepal’s Slow Recovery
Why Was the Pakistani Prime Minister in Nepal?
March 10, 2018
Why Was the Pakistani Prime Minister in Nepal?
Pakistan and Nepal rarely exchange bilateral visits. This trip -- under the gaze of India and China -- has made waves.
Why Was the Pakistani Prime Minister in Nepal?
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
February 09, 2018
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
Nepal’s two transitional justice mechanisms have failed to deliver justice to war-era victims.
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
Amid Climate Disasters, South Asia’s Cities Need to Focus on Resilience
September 12, 2017
Amid Climate Disasters, South Asia’s Cities Need to Focus on Resilience
Investing in resilient infrastructure does not come cheap and funding remains a key constraint.
Amid Climate Disasters, South Asia’s Cities Need to Focus on Resilience
Bollywood Meets Nepali Nationalism
August 23, 2017
Bollywood Meets Nepali Nationalism
In Kathmandu, a fan club has drawn critique for idolizing an Indian actor. Why?
Bollywood Meets Nepali Nationalism
Nepal-China-India: Three’s a Crowd?
August 22, 2017
Nepal-China-India: Three’s a Crowd?
Time will tell how Kathmandu chooses to navigate strategic waters that have become undoubtedly tricky sailing.
Nepal-China-India: Three’s a Crowd?
Floods Devastate Nepal’s Southern Plains
August 18, 2017
Floods Devastate Nepal’s Southern Plains
Recent flooding has affected over 16 million people in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal.
Floods Devastate Nepal’s Southern Plains
Exploiting Nepal’s Children
April 25, 2017
Exploiting Nepal’s Children
Two years after the earthquake, rebuilding continues and trafficking thrives.
Exploiting Nepal’s Children
Nepal’s Ex-Maoist Child Soldier Shares Plight of His 3,000 Peers
April 24, 2017
Nepal’s Ex-Maoist Child Soldier Shares Plight of His 3,000 Peers
About 3,000 former child soldiers in Nepal remain jobless.
Nepal’s Ex-Maoist Child Soldier Shares Plight of His 3,000 Peers
Silence Is Beautiful: A Nepali Café's Deaf Servers
April 18, 2017
Silence Is Beautiful: A Nepali Café's Deaf Servers
Sam’s One Tree Café in Kathmandu, Nepal employs 20 deaf waiters.
Silence Is Beautiful: A Nepali Café's Deaf Servers
China, Nepal Plan First-Ever Military Drill
December 30, 2016
China, Nepal Plan First-Ever Military Drill
Few details have been released so far regarding the size, scope, and location of the exercise.
China, Nepal Plan First-Ever Military Drill
What is the Leading Cause of Snow Leopard Killings?
October 25, 2016
What is the Leading Cause of Snow Leopard Killings?
Experts say more than 50 percent of snow leopard killings are retaliation for attacks on livestock.
What is the Leading Cause of Snow Leopard Killings?
Nepal's Singing Storyteller
October 21, 2016
Nepal's Singing Storyteller
Nepalese journalist switches to singing for storytelling.
Nepal's Singing Storyteller
One Step Further: It's Time for SAARC to Expel Pakistan
September 29, 2016
One Step Further: It's Time for SAARC to Expel Pakistan
South Asian regionalism can't progress as long as Pakistan's provocations toward India bog down SAARC.
One Step Further: It's Time for SAARC to Expel Pakistan
Nepal's Upcoming 'Reset' With India
September 14, 2016
Nepal's Upcoming 'Reset' With India
Nepal's new prime minister is enthusiastic about restoring ties with India back to normal.
Nepal's Upcoming 'Reset' With India
Seeking Diplomatic Balance, Nepal's New PM Dispatches Special Envoys to India, China
August 16, 2016
Seeking Diplomatic Balance, Nepal's New PM Dispatches Special Envoys to India, China
Prachanda is looking to balance Nepal's bilateral relationships with its two massive neighbors.
Seeking Diplomatic Balance, Nepal's New PM Dispatches Special Envoys to India, China
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