After centuries of Indian domination, Nepal would be wise to cultivate a wider set of diplomatic ties in order to keep its southern neighbor at bay.
Articles By: Atul Bhattarai
Atul Bhattarai '14 is a Contributing Writer for the HPR. His primary political interests center around South Asia, the Middle East, and Europe, although he is fascinated by all things worldly. Atul takes a deep interest in democratic theory, human rights, and international relations. He subscribes to ideals of less American military intervention in the world, greater government intervention in the state, and absolute intervention of em-dashes in writing. Atul is a self-professed foodie, and you are likely to stumble upon him in one of the many restaurants in Harvard Square.
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