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Peace Process

Nepal: Dahal and the Peace Process:

Paper No. 6500                Dated 30-Sep-2019

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

On 26th September, in an usual note of contrition in a programme organized by the Human Rights Commission P.K. Dahal Co-Chairman of the Ruling Neal Communist Party declared to the people that he “takes responsibility for all the positive and negative implications of the insurgency.”  Will that mean that he takes full responsibility for the inordinate delay in the transitional justice also?

Myanmar:The Dragon on a ‘Roll’

Paper No. 6492               Dated  16-Feb-2019

By S.Chandrasekharan

Strengthening Peace Process through Track III Approaches in Nepal

Guest Column by Hari Bansh Jha

Paper No. 5859                                Dated 19-Jan-2015

In Nepal's history, the conflict that lasted for a decade between 1996 and 2006 proved most disastrous to the nation. Even after several years of the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Treaty in 2006, the nation is yet to return to normalcy.

MYANMAR: The war with the Kachins continues – Amidst talks of a Nationwide Ceasefire

Paper No. 5690                                           Dated 25-Apr-2014

By C. S. Kuppuswamy

(This paper may please be read in conjunction with the following papers of this author posted on this site earlier Paper no. 5132 dated 23 July 2012 “MYANMAR: the War with the Kachins – One year on”

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