How Populist Agendas failed Nepal!!

Nepal’s political landscape has never been absent from political shifts since the abolition of the panchayat in 1990. The shifts

About Samana Lawati

Samana Lawati is a research intern at Samriddhi Foundation. She is currently pursuing her Bachelors in Business Administration from Shanker Dev Campus.

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Is Democracy Dying in Nepal?

This question lingers in the minds of many.   Levitsky and Ziblatt in their book, “How Democracies Die” depicts four characteristics

About Prakash Maharjan

Prakash Maharjan is a researcher at Samridhi Foundation with his area of focus in the field of federalism, governance, development and entrepreneurship. He is pursuing his postgraduate studies in International Relations and Diplomacy at Tribhuwan University and is a graduate in Business Administration from Kathmandu University. He was previously a research fellow at Sichuan University prior to joining Samriddhi Foundation. He believes in hard work and determination and aims to instigate policy reforms in the country on the basis of evidence-based research with a vision to flourish prosperity in the country.

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