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Studies in Nepali History and Society (SINHAS): Vol.16 No.2 December 2011

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Author: Pratyoush Onta, Mark Liechty, Seira Tamang, Tatsuro Fujikura


In this issue:
- Civil War and International Aid
- Maoists and Dalits
- CPN-M's International Relations
- Book Review
- YCL Cadres in Nepal's Transition
- People's War and the Disappeared
- International Policy Approaches to 'Child Soldiers'

Studies in
Nepali History
and Society 
Volume 16 No. 2 December 2011 (Pus 2068 v.s.)


Special Theme: The Aftermath of the People’s War
Guest edited by Marie Lecomte-Tilouine and Anne de Sales

Introduction: The Aftermath of the People’s War in Nepal
Marie Lecomte-Tilouine and Anne de Sales    191

CPN-M’s International Relations after Seizing Power:
The End of an Era? 207
Benoît Cailmail 

Revolutionary Waiting: YCL Cadres in Nepal’s Transition    229 
Dan V. Hirslund    

The Politics of Loss in the People’s War and its Aftermath: 
The Disappeared as Kin, Citizens and Warriors 271
Ruth Marsden

Everyday Violence in Madhes: Identity Politics, Armed
Groups and the Parallel Economy    297
Sujeet Karn

Maoists and Dalits: A Case Study in a Locality in Eastern Nepal 321
Pustak Ghimire

Civil War, Aid and the Resilience of Local Communities in the
(U)CPN-Maoist Heartland of Nepal 351
Marloes van Houten

International Policy Approaches to “Child Soldiers” in Nepal,
2007–2008 381
James Sharrock

Book Reviews
David N. Gellner, ed., Ethnic Activism and Civil Society in South Asia,
by Chudamani Basnet    407

Megan Adamson Sijapati, Islamic Revival in Nepal:
Religion and a New Nation,    410
by Milly Joshi