Crisis Group

Crisis Group was founded in 1995 as an international non-governmental organisation on the initiative of a group of well known transatlantic figures who despaired at the international community’s failure to anticipate and respond effectively to the tragedies in the early 1990s of Somalia, Rwanda and Bosnia. The International Crisis Group is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organisation covering over 60 crisis-affected countries and territories across four continents, working through field-based analysis and high-level advocacy to prevent and resolve deadly conflict. ICG is now generally recognised as the world’s leading independent, non-partisan, source of analysis and advice to governments, and intergovernmental bodies like the United Nations, European Union and World Bank, on the prevention and resolution of deadly conflict. Digital Himalaya is delighted to co-host Crisis Group reports on Nepal.

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Title Date English Nepali
Nepal's Constitution (II): The Expanding Political MatrixAugust 27, 2012pdfpdf
Nepal's Constitution (I): Evolution not RevolutionAugust 27, 2012pdfpdf
Nepal's Peace Process: The Endgame NearsDecember 13, 2011pdfpdf
Nepal: From Two Armies to OneAugust 18, 2011pdfpdf
Nepal's Fitful Peace ProcessApril 07, 2011pdfpdf
Nepal: Identity Politics and FederalismJanuary 13, 2011pdfpdf
Nepal's Political Rights of PassageSeptember 29, 2010pdfpdf
Nepal: Peace and JusticeJanuary 14, 2010pdfpdf
Nepal's Future: In Whose Hand?August 13, 2009pdfpdf
Nepal's Faltering Peace ProcessFebruary 19, 2009pdfpdf
Nepal's New Political LandscapeJuly 3, 2008 [b]pdfpdf
Nepal's Election: A Peaceful Revolution?July 3, 2008 [a]pdfpdf
Nepal's Election and BeyondApril 2, 2008pdfpdf
Nepal: Peace PostponedDecember 18, 2007pdfpdf
Nepal's Fragile Peace ProcessSeptember 28, 2007pdfpdf
Nepal's Troubled Tarai RegionJuly 9, 2007pdfpdf
Nepal's Maoists: Purists or Pragmatists?May 18, 2007pdfpdf
Nepal's Consitutional ProcessFebruary 26, 2007pdfpdf
Nepal's Peace Agreement: Making it WorkDecember 15, 2006pdf
Nepal: From People Power to Peace?May 10, 2006pdfpdf
Nepal's Crisis: Mobilising International InfluenceApril 19, 2006pdf
Nepal's Electing ChaosJanuary 31, 2006pdf
Nepal's New Alliance: The Mainstream Parties and the MaoistsNovember 28, 2005pdf
Nepal's Maoists: Their Aims, Structure and StrategyOctober 27, 2005pdfpdf
Nepal: Beyond Royal RuleSeptember 15, 2005pdf
Towards a Lasting Peace in Nepal: The Constitutional IssuesJune 15, 2005pdf
Nepal: Dealing With a Human Rights CrisisMarch 24, 2005pdf
Nepal: Responding to the Royal CoupFebruary 24, 2005pdf
Nepal's Royal Coup: Making A Bad Situation WorseFebruary 9, 2005pdf
Nepal: Dangerous Plans for Village MilitiasFebruary 17, 2004pdfpdf
Nepal: Back to the GunOctober 22, 2003pdf
Nepal: Obstacles to PeaceJune 17, 2003pdf
Nepal Backgrounder: Ceasefire -- Soft Landing or Strategic Pause?April 10, 2003pdf