Regions / Nepal
First promised over a half a century ago, Nepal's new constitution is surprisingly progressive. But it's led to tensions with neighboring India and with underrepresented ethnic groups.
Women-led groups in Nepal are leading earthquake relief and recovery efforts in the country, including in decision-making where women are often excluded.
To get out from under the rubble, Nepal first needs to get out from under its debt.
An interview with Wang Ping, a poet and activist working to build a sense of kinship between the peoples of the Yangtze and Mississippi River valleys.
After a contentious and disputed election, Nepal's centrist parties are struggling to reach an accord with the Maoists who helped bring down the country's monarchy.
Nepal, a strategically located country on the southern flank of the central Himalayas between India and China, has finally caught election fever.
The Maoists are on strike, the government falls: What's next for Nepal?
Bhutanese refugees in Nepal face an agonizing choice: wait for repatriation or go to a third country.
Maoist guerrillas saving democracy from the clutches of a despot? Perhaps only in Nepal
The tiny country of Nepal is at a major crossroads: one path leads to a monarchy and a society continually plagued by internal strife while another offers the possibility of peace and a modern day democracy.