A five-year-old revolutionary movement in Nepal brings together program and commitment in a way that powerfully prefigures communist society.
Geography Archives: Nepal
How can politics be a way of pursuing the same goals once pursued in war? And through what form of politics? The career of Pasang, from revolutionary military commander to Vice President of Nepal, raises a host of questions about the transition from war to politics and the conditions of victory in each sphere.
In the aftermath of Nepal’s near revolution, diverse Maoist leaders are attempting to regroup and move forward again.
From the time of independence in 1947, India has had the resources and the potential to achieve a high level of human development—yet the great majority of the country’s people have remained desperately poor.