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Letter From,
Eric Randolph

Nepal's incumbent Maoist party was crushed in the country's recent elections. With their backs against the wall, the Maoists may decide that sowing instability is the only way to keep their agenda alive. And that could undo all the progress that Nepal has made in recent years.

Letter From,
Greg Bruno

Although the United States envisions Nepal as a stable and democratic buffer between China and India, the road ahead may be determined by those competing giants.

Essay, Sep/Oct 2005
Brad Adams

In the past decade, 12,000 Nepalis have died in an increasingly brutal civil war that pits a backward-looking monarchy and an abusive military against fanatical Maoist rebels. To help solve the crisis, the rest of the world must convince both sides that there is a third way.

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