The future of oil in the Himalayas


When the Maoist insurgency started in the remote mid-western hills of Nepal in 1996, their leaders cited under development as the root cause for them to raise arms against the state. The Maoist leaders made their intent clear when they declared multi-party democracy a proven failure as a system for delivering good governance.
We have in fact reached a critical juncture in our country’s political history. Peace and stability has returned to Nepal, and with it a political calm that sits well amidst the Himalayan mountains, in the scenic tranquillity of the capital, Kathmandu.

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