People’s Democratic Party Wins Elections in Bhutan
By Santosh Sharma Poudel
Unlike in other parts of South Asia, where elections are plagued with controversy, Bhutan’s fourth general election was peaceful and not divisive.
What’s Next for Bhutan After Its Election
By Shannon Tiezzi
Tenzing Lamsang, editor of The Bhutanese, discusses why voters chose the PDP and what the new government has planned, particularly for Bhutan's ailing economy.
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Visits Bhutan in First High-Level Interaction Since the 2017 Doklam Standoff
By Ankit Panda
China's vice foreign minister made a rare trip to Bhutan to discuss the bilateral relationship between the two countries.
Bhutan and the Great Power Tussle
By Brian Benedictus
Both China and India recognize Bhutan’s strategic value, but their approaches are very different.
Modi in Bhutan: From Energy to Wellbeing
By Gaurav Daga
Tiny Bhutan has more to offer India than just hydropower.
Prime Minister Modi to Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon
By Alyssa Ayres
The visit builds on Modi's outreach to the South Asian region.
Bhutan’s New PM Tshering Tobgay Questions the Politics of Happiness
In Bhutan, signs suggest that “gross national happiness” may no longer be enough.