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Contemporary Politics: Directions and Dilemma

  • Kalpana JhaEmail author
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Anthropology book series (BRIEFSANTHRO)

Abstract

The leadership in Nepal, which has been conformist in nature, has largely failed. A strong leadership never evolved as the monarch occupied the leadership for most part of the nation’s existence.

Keywords

Jana Andolan-II Leadership Maoists Nepali congress (Communist party of Nepal-Unified marxist leninist) CPN-CPN-UML Federalism 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Tata Institute of Social SciencesMumbaiIndia

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