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Nepal In Transition

Author : Sebastian von Einsiedel
ISBN : 9781107378094
Genre : Law
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Since emerging in 2006 from a ten-year Maoist insurgency, the 'People's War', Nepal has struggled with the difficult transition from war to peace, from autocracy to democracy, and from an exclusionary and centralized state to a more inclusive and federal one. The present volume, drawing on both international and Nepali scholars and leading practitioners, analyzes the context, dynamics and key players shaping Nepal's ongoing peace process. While the peace process is largely domestically driven, it has been accompanied by wide-ranging international involvement, including initiatives in peacemaking by NGOs, the United Nations and India, which, throughout the process, wielded considerable political influence; significant investments by international donors; and the deployment of a Security Council-mandated UN field mission. This book shines a light on the limits, opportunities and challenges of international efforts to assist Nepal in its quest for peace and stability and offers valuable lessons for similar endeavors elsewhere.

Nepal In Transition

Author : Sebastian von Einsiedel
ISBN : 1139379798
Genre : HISTORY
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Since emerging in 2006 from a ten-year Maoist insurgency, the 'People's War', Nepal has struggled with the difficult transition from war to peace, from autocracy to democracy, and from an exclusionary and centralized state to a more inclusive and federal one. The present volume, drawing on both international and Nepali scholars and leading practitioners, analyzes the context, dynamics and key players shaping Nepal's ongoing peace process. While the peace process is largely domestically driven, it has been accompanied by wide-ranging international involvement, including initiatives in peacemaking by NGOs, the United Nations and India, which, throughout the process, wielded considerable political influence; significant investments by international donors; and the deployment of a Security Council-mandated UN field mission. This book shines a light on the limits, opportunities and challenges of international efforts to assist Nepal in its quest for peace and stability and offers valuable lessons for similar endeavors elsewhere.

Nepal

Author : Dwarika Nath Dhungel
ISBN : 9353040647
Genre : Nepal
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The Democratic Transition In Nepal

Author : Ramjee P. Parajulee
ISBN : 0847695778
Genre : Political Science
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PART TWO: EXTERNAL ACTORS

Nepal In Transition

Author : D P Tripathi
ISBN : 9789381411902
Genre : Political Science
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Nepal's democracy struggle has been continuing for more than six decades. Since it could not sustain a stable democratic framework even after several attempts in the past, many scholars are stating that Nepal is in permanent transition. Once again, however, it has bagged enormous success in the field of political transformation in 2006 through a highly successful but peacefully organised movement with participation of people from all fields in large numbers. But it could not deconstruct the position of the transition as it has failed to institutionalise the recently gained achievements by making a new constitution even after five years. The only positive thing is that Nepali people, along with various political parties, are still trying hard to resolve vital conflicting issues through dialogue, and come up with a new democratic constitution, though they have already missed three deadlines.

Lost In Transition

Author : Kul Chandra Gautam
ISBN : 9789937909013
Genre : Political Science
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Notwithstanding its natural beauty, natural resources and strategic location between India and China, Nepal remains mired in poverty. What holds Nepal’s economy back? And what would it take to unleash its development potential? This book tries to address these issues from the perspective of a Nepali development professional with extensive experience in international development. From his perch at the United Nations, Kul Chandra Gautam followed the political and socioeconomic developments in his home country with a mixture of great hope and deep anxiety. He rejoiced at Nepal’s good progress in achieving many of the Millennium Development Goals, such as drastically reducing maternal and child mortality, eradicating and controlling certain deadly diseases, promoting basic education and women’s empowerment. But he was chagrined by the fratricidal Maoist insurgency that derailed Nepal’s nascent democracy and bourgeoning economy. Gautam offers a candid critique of what ails Nepal’s politics and economy, and how to rebuild the country from the ruins of the prolonged Maoist mayhem and the mega earthquake of 2015. He calls for an end to Nepal’s seemingly endless political transition and shifting the nation’s focus to economic development and social progress.

Nepal Transition From Isolationism

Author : Yadu Nath Khanal
ISBN : UCAL:B3172082
Genre : Isolationism
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Reminiscences of an educationist and statesman.

Nepal In Transition

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ISBN : OCLC:847730637
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Nepal In Transition

Author : Najar Man Singh
ISBN : UOM:39015029937110
Genre : Nepal
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Nepal In Transition

Author : M. D. Dharamdasani
ISBN : UOM:39015042087463
Genre : Nepal
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Nepal In Transition To Democracy

Author : Anjoo Sharan Upadhyaya
ISBN : 8180699188
Genre : Democratization
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Contributed articles.

A Difficult Transition

Author : Mandira Sharma
ISBN : 9789385932120
Genre : Political Science
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The Sexual Violence and Impunity in South Asia research project (coordinated by Zubaan and supported by the International Development Research Centre) brings together, for the first time in the region, a vast body of research on this important – yet silenced – subject. Six country volumes (one each on Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and two on India, as well as two standalone volumes) comprising over fifty research papers and two book-length studies, detail the histories of sexual violence and look at the systemic, institutional, societal, individual and community structures that work together to perpetuate impunity for perpetrators. The essays in this volume focus on Nepal, which though not directly colonized, has not remained immune from the influence of colonialism in its neighbourhood. In addition to home-grown feudal patriarchal structures, the writers in this volume clearly demonstrate that it is the larger colonial and post-colonial context of the subcontinent that has enabled the structuring of inequalities and power relations in ways that today allow for widespread sexual violence and impunity in the country – through legal systems, medical regimes and social institutions. The period after the 1990 democratic movement, the subsequent political transformation in the aftermath of the Maoist insurgency and the writing of the new constitution, has seen an increase in public discussion about sexual violence. The State has brought in a slew of legislation and action plans to address this problem. And yet, impunity for perpetrators remains intact and justice elusive. What are the structures that enable such impunity? What can be done to radically transform these? How must States understand the search for justice for victims and survivors of sexual violence? This volume addresses these and related issues. Published by Zubaan.

Nepal In Transition

Author : Krishna Hachhethu
ISBN : 9185724351
Genre : Democracy
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Nepal In Transition

Author : Horace B. Reed
ISBN : UOM:39015002968991
Genre : Education
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Nepal In Transition

Author : United States Institute of Peace
ISBN : OCLC:805573097
Genre : Civil society
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Nepal Justice In Transition

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Nepal Democracy In Transition

Author : Navin Mishra
ISBN : UOM:39015064130381
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Chiefly on the post 1990 period.

Cabals And Cartels

Author : Rajib Upadhya
ISBN : 9798674700388
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If it were fiction, Nepal's saga would be labelled post-apocalyptic.For much of its recent history, the West romanticized Nepal as some La La Land; an abode to shiny, happy people holding hands.All that changed beginning in 1996 when a violent "Maoist" insurgency swept the country. The world was astonished to learn that grave social injustices and deep economic inequities belied the ubiquitous Nepali smile. A nascent, "democratic" polity failed to deliver and it chose to fight a deadly war of attrition instead.Nepal descended into deeper chaos when the heir apparent to the 240-year old Nepali crown gunned his family down - including the reigning king - prompting the world to write the nation off as yet another "failed state".But twenty years and as many governments later, Nepal surprised everyone again. It resurfaced as the world's youngest, secular republic. Democracy prevailed where none would have expected it to.In Cabals and Cartels, Rajib Upadhya takes us on a roller-coaster ride, rich in insight and innuendo, meshing extraordinary personal and professional experiences with an elegant historical narrative. His book is as much a celebration of the Nepali spirit that has weathered more than its fair share of trauma, as it is a cautionary tale of broken promises and foregone opportunities; of a political class bedevilled by its own worst instincts; of duplicitous friendships; and of grim economic prospects pinned down in its potentials by collusion and graft.Upadhya's canvass is wide: from politics and democracy to governance, institutions, foreign aid and development; from contemporary history and anthropology to conflict and peace; from economic reforms to social mobility; and from the promise of competitive federalism to the pitfalls of a creeping complacency that threatens to trap Nepal in the past. Upadhya makes the compelling case for a fundamental reset, befitting Nepali aspirations of their new and progressive constitutional compact. But he also questions the will of the Nepali establishment to transcend deep rooted socio-political and economic prejudices.Cabals and Cartels is a story of foreboding. Equally, it is a soulful plea for reflection and change.

Nepal

Author : Ranjit Deb Barman
ISBN : 8190333046
Genre : Folk literature, Bengali
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Nepal

Author : Pradyumna Prasad Karan
ISBN : UCSC:32106016621549
Genre : Business & Economics
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Locked within rugged mountain ranges, Nepal was cut off from most of the world for centuries. It was in the mid-1950s that Nepal took its first concrete steps towards development, and in this book the authors describe the growth and change that have occurred in this Himalayan kingdom from that time until the present. Emphasizing Nepal's land-locked situation, the authors point to the particular development challenges posed by a small, resource-poor, mountainous and land-locked country. The discussion covers geographical aspects (envirnoment and natural resources, land use, forests, agriculture), the human dimension (human resources, cultural patterns, demography and urbanization), and issues related to industrial development, communications, and tourism. The concluding chapters take up three specific development challenges Nepal faces: (1) sustainability and conservation, (2) poverty alleviation, and (3) population planning. Nepal is presently experiencing a period of major changes in its economy, society, and environment. This book sheds light on some of the most crucial issues facing the Kingdom as it continues its development efforts, and, in addition, offers insight to scholars and planners interested in the development of other small, land-locked countries.

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