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Nepal: Elections at the Epicenter
May 19, 2017

Nepal: Elections at the Epicenter

By Peter Gill
Two years after major earthquakes rocked the country, a Nepali family makes a 30-hour journey to cast their ballots.
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

By Ankit Panda
Prachanda is looking to balance Nepal's bilateral relationships with its two massive neighbors.

An Uphill Climb for Nepal’s Prachanda
August 05, 2016

An Uphill Climb for Nepal’s Prachanda

By Kamal Dev Bhattarai
Nepal's new prime minister faces a host of internal and external challenges.

Nepal’s Unending Political Instability
July 26, 2016

Nepal’s Unending Political Instability

By Kamal Dev Bhattarai
Nepal’s power tussle is overshadowing pressing national issues.

Politics and Geopolitics Collide in the Himalayas as Nepal PM Nears No Confidence Vote
July 19, 2016

Politics and Geopolitics Collide in the Himalayas as Nepal PM Nears No Confidence Vote

By Ankit Panda
Shifting political alignments in Nepal have New Delhi and Beijing on edge.
Survival in the Disaster Zone: Nepal's Arduous Recovery
April 27, 2016

Survival in the Disaster Zone: Nepal's Arduous Recovery

By Patrick Barron and Sasiwan Chingchit
Findings from a new survey show that a year on from Nepal’s earthquake, communities are struggling to get by as reconstruction aid fails to arrive.

Nepal's New Constitution: 65 Years in the Making
September 18, 2015

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?
Nepal’s Wait for a New Constitution
August 18, 2014

Nepal’s Wait for a New Constitution

By Vishal Arora
Deputy Prime Minister Prakash Man Singh on Nepal's constitutional journey and relations with India and China.

Nepal Tries Again to Write a Constitution
March 12, 2014

Nepal Tries Again to Write a Constitution

By Ross Adkin
After a successful election, can the political factions now put aside their squabbles and move forward?

Nepal: Elections Defy Skeptics, Poll-Opposing Forces
November 22, 2013

Nepal: Elections Defy Skeptics, Poll-Opposing Forces

Nepal’s Constituent Assembly elections achieved a modicum of success. Can stability and a constitution follow?

Nepal’s Elections Hang in the Balance
February 25, 2013

Nepal’s Elections Hang in the Balance

Despite hope that Nepal’s crawl toward democracy will continue, uncertainty and infighting persist.

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