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FULL COVERAGE: Nepal's Democracy In Crisis

FULL COVERAGE: Nepal's Democracy In Crisis

Dipta Shah Considers What Is Missing From The Nepal Democracy Debate - With the royal proclamation of February First, Nepal has once again been thrust into the international limelight. The question at hand is not whether to support or oppose King Gyanendra's actions. See... Dipta Shah: Reason Over Reaction
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- Kamala Sarup: Peace Through Liberal Democracy
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- Dipta Shah: Factionalism and the Nepalese Diaspora
- Kamala Sarup: Peace Through Democracy & Development

Dipta Shah Takes Issue With Some Heraldic Opinion - This is a response to Gwen Dyer's opinion piece entitled " Royal Tyranny creates threat beyond Nepal. " Mr. Dyer's piece shows substantial insight into the prevailing geo-political significance of Nepal as a buffer zone between India and China. See... Response To NZ Herald – Re: Gwynne Dyer On Nepal
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- Kamala Sarup - After The King's Take Over - Media And Democracy
- TUC - Protest for democracy at Nepalese Embassy, London
- ITF - Unions protest suspension of democracy in Nepal
For Much Much More see...STORY OF THE WEEK: Democracy In Crisis In Nepal

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