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Nepal crisis

Peace News keeps an eye on the ìpeace processî that has been staggering along in Nepal since the end of the civil war in 2006.

GM Business Out of Nepal!

O. Bertin, M. Gurung, N. Tegmo and  S. Rai write from Kathmandu.


Nepal crisis

Peace News is tracking Nepal’s peace process which has been staggering along since the end of the civil war in 2006.

Nepal crisis

The long-running and crisis-prone Nepali peace process was lurching into a new danger phase as PN went to press, with plans for the election of a new prime minister – in parliament, not through a g

Voices from Kathmandu

  • Kosh, sub-editor, mid-20's: I am from a lower middle class family; I joined the protests and got beaten up several times and arrested once. Change takes time.

The real Karl Marx

Karl Marx saw the red flag with Che Guevera’s silhouetted face on it on my bedroom door. Looking surprised he said: “Che. I read about his life. Tapain leh maanuhuncha?

Bumpy road ahead in Nepal

  • How would you describe the state of democracy in Nepal one year on from the jana andolan II?

Nepal in crisis

Nepal crisis

As PN went to press, the Nepali peace process was lurching towards another deadline, another confrontation and (possibly) another extension of the period allowed for agreeing a new democratic const

Nepal crisis

With the (extended) deadline for concluding a new constitution for Nepal rapidly approaching (28 May), attention is focusing on the internal debates within the Maoists, as the chair of the party, P