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STORY OF THE WEEK: Democracy In Crisis In Nepal

STORY OF THE WEEK: Week Ending 11th Feb. 2005
Democracy In Crisis In Nepal

Dipta Shah: What the King's Takeover Implies for his Enemies - The Maoists appear to be temporarily disoriented by the King's unexpected move. They have lost their most significant bargaining chip - the political parties. See... Dipta Shah: Shock And Awe For The Maoists

MORE:
- HRW - Nepal: Danger of “Disappearances” Escalates
- Dipta Shah: The Choice Nepalese Must Make
- Kamala Sarup: Corruption's Threat To Democracy
- Dipta Shah: The Regional Player that Counts, India
- IFJ - Nepalese Journalists Appeal- International Action
- ICFTU - International engagement essential - Nepal
- UN - UN HRs Experts Concerned Over Arrests In Nepal

EARLIER:
- Kamala Sarup: The King and International Support
- Kamala Sarup: For Investment Peace Must Prevail
- NZCTU - Nepalese call for NZ Help to Restore Democracy
- Analysis - Dipta Shah: Making Sense out of Non-sense
- Manisha Koirala: Give the King and Nepal a chance
- B. Raj Giri: Nepal: Beginning of a New Era?
- Dr Khagendra Thapa: Nepal in Turmoil
- Kamala Sarup: Crisis In Nepal
- His Majesty The King Of Nepal Makes The Right Move
- Media Blackout Outside Kathmandu - Royal Crackdown

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