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ISBN: 978 984 05 1794 7

Cover Type: HB

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Nepali State, Society and Human Security: An Infinite Discourse

By Dhruba Kumar (Author)

Publisher(s): Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies    The University Press Limited (UPL)   

First Published: 2008 No. of Pages: 365 Weight (kg): 1

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This study narrates the context and complexity of the state-society relations in Nepal and puts the socio-economic and political situation of Nepal into perspective against the background of the emerging discourses on non-traditional security. Nepali state, which is traditionally seized by the misgovernance of its political leaderships, has never been sensitive towards the dignity of its citizenry. Hence, the question that looms large is whether and how far can human security be achieved through the existing political structure in which the state apparatuses are vital to centralized authority? The question is integral to the process of state restructuring as has been demonstrated during the course of Jana Andolan II in April 2006 and after. The Study concludes that the plan for shaping a future for Nepal is still at an embryonic stage. However, the inspiration behind the change is alive and alert among the toiling mass.

This book features in: Academic and Reference Books International Relations and Security Studies South Asian Studies

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