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Edited volume on Peace Building Process in Nepal

October 21, 2017 - 21:23

Building Peace for Building Democracy. Edited volume by Associate Professor Pancha N. Maharjan, Coordinator for the Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies (CNAS) at Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu.
This is an important June 2013 book on the political process in Nepal some years after the end of civil war. The book includes articles by Keshav Man Shakya on ”The Role of Small Parties in Constituent Assembly on Peacebuilding Process in Nepal”; Upendra Yadav on ”Role of Madheshi Political Parties on Peacebuilding Process”; Dhruba Kumar on ”Building peace in Nepal: The External Dimension”; Ramesh Lekhak on ”The Role of Nepali Congress Party in the Peace Process of Nepal”; and Rajan Bhattari on ”Peace Process in Nepal and the Role of CPN (UML)”.
Besides, the book also features a few comparative papers on conflicts and democracy problems in other Asian countries, such as Bangladesh, Indonesia and the Philippines. More information about the book.
The Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies (CNAS) is a statutory research centre under TU for conducting independent research and deliberation on issues and studies in social sciences. The main substantive activity at the Centre is carried out by the research wings called Faculty while the administrative and documentation centre provide support services. SASNET’s Lars Eklund visited CNAS in November 2012, read his report.
Edited volume on Peace Building Process in Nepal

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October 21, 2017
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21:23