Bhutan

Bhutan’s media maladies

The closure of a weekly paper in Bhutan signals a troubling decline in media diversity and journalistic space.

| Apr 04, 2019

Bhutan elections explained

What you need to know about Bhutan’s parliamentary elections being held on 18 October.

| Oct 03, 2018

White-collared

Can bureaucracy drive happiness?

| Aug 31, 2016

Shangri-la, continued

Thimphu bookshops, language choice and the most recent clutch of fiction from Bhutan.

| Jun 24, 2016

High stakes in the highlands

In Bhutan, collection of ‘fungus gold’ generates both cash and controversy.

| Feb 15, 2016

Finally becoming citizens

The personal and political implications of third-country resettlement and naturalisation for Bhutan’s refugees.

| Jan 05, 2015

Last rites in Syracuse

Suicide among Bhutanese refugees in the US continues to be a major concern that requires a community-based approach to mental health.

| Dec 15, 2014

A SAARC-y declaration

A mock resolution of the eighteenth Southasian regional summit.

Waiting for the king

Bhutan recently held its second round of general elections. Is the government in Thimphu serious about extending full citizenship to the Lhotshampas who remain in the country?

| Oct 28, 2013

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