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P.G. Rajamohan

Articles by P.G. Rajamohan

The Stalemate That Isn't

The Stalemate That Isn't

Aug 12, 2005 P.G. Rajamohan

Despite the false air of suspended animation; Nepal is in continuous ferment, and the equation of power is...

The More Things Change…

The More Things Change…

Mar 24, 2005 P.G. Rajamohan

While much appears to be happening in Nepal almost from day to day, little is changing in terms of the...

The King's Folly

The King's Folly

Feb 07, 2005 Ajai Sahni

The delusions of the 'absolute power' of the monarch notwithstanding, the truth is, Kathmandu has always...

In Terror's Shadow

In Terror's Shadow

Nov 25, 2004 P.G. Rajamohan

With the Maoist terror extending across virtually the whole of Nepal, other issues plaguing the country have...

Drifting Into Disaster

Drifting Into Disaster

Nov 10, 2004 P.G. Rajamohan

The prime power in the conflict, King Gyanendra, is yet to make public his stand on the future of his...

Trouble In The Mountains

Trouble In The Mountains

Oct 01, 2004 P.G. Rajamohan

As things stand, it is evident that the Maoists see their 'people's war' as having entered its penultimate...

Failing State?

Failing State?

Apr 01, 2004 P.G. Rajamohan

There appears to be little possibility of popular participation in Nepal's destiny, which remains, for the...

Catching Them Young

Catching Them Young

Mar 15, 2004 P.G. Rajamohan

Now the Maoists plan to raise a children's militia of 50,000 by April-May 2004. The result? An increased...

The Other Border Problem

The Other Border Problem

Dec 19, 2003 P.G. Rajamohan

India's open border system with Nepal is evidently threatened by continuing Maoist transgressions. It is...