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Bhutan

Bhutan
  • Capital: Thimphu
  • Population: 699847
  • Size: 47000.0 Km2

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Democracy in Bhutan: an analysis of constitutional change in a Buddhist monarchy
M. Gallenkamp / Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, India, 2010
Bhutan constitutes a striking example of path-dependency, especially with regard to the reign of the fourth king, who continuously followed his vision of transforming Bhutan’s polity. Because of the numerous particularities that...
Between China, India and the refugees: understanding Bhutan’s national security scenario
M. Gallenkamp / Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, India, 2010
There are few countries in the world, whose bare existence is more surprising than Bhutan’s. This essay shows that while Bhutan successfully secured its independence and sovereignty in the 20th century, new threats to its nation...
Triumph of democracy- Bhutan elections 2013
M. Gallenkamp / Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, India, 2013
Five years ago, the first democratic elections in Bhutan and the promulgation of the country’s constitution marked the beginning of a new era for the Bhutanese people and a crowning achievement for King Jigme Singye Wangchuck&rs...
China and its peripheries: limited objectives in Bhutan
T. Jha / Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, India, 2013
In comprehensive power terms, Bhutan is almost a nonentity to China. This essay reviews the relations between Bhutan and China, and sheds light on its future expectations.   The essay demonstrates that Bhutan’s ...
Understanding the policy contexts for mainstreaming climate change in Bhutan and Nepal; a synthesis
M. Davis; L. Li / Adaptation Knowledge Platform, 2013
This report is a synthesis of two Adaptation Knowledge Platform studies that sought to understand the policy contexts for addressing climate change adaptation and key conservation issues in Nepal and Bhutan. These two Himalayan countr...
Climate change in the Himalayas: current state of knowledge
M., R. Gautam; G., R. Timilsina; K. Acharya / World Bank, 2013
This World Bank policy research working paper reviews the literature on the potential biophysical and economic impacts of climate change in the Himalayas. The review was limited mostly to peer reviewed journal articles, with some...
Glacier Systems and Seasonal Snow Cover in Six Major Asian River Basins: Water Storage Properties under Changing Climate
O., S. Savoskul; V. Smakhtin / International Water Management Institute, 2013
The current status, recent and potential future changes of glacier systems and seasonal snow cover in the Indus, Ganges, Brahmaputra, Amu Darya, Syr Darya and Mekong river basins are for the first time systematically analyzed at the b...
Impacts of skills training program in rural Bhutan
N. Chun; M. Watanabe / Asian Development Bank, 2011
Income growth in rural Bhutan is a considerable challenge to further poverty reduction and economic development. Using a survey of rural Bhutanese households, this paper investigates the impacts of a vocational skills training program...
MSM Country Snapshot Series: BHUTAN
2012
Bhutan’s HIV epidemic is small relative to its neighbours, with 270 cumulative reported cases since the first case?was detected in 1993. Presently, an estimated 988 people (or below 0.1 percent of the adult population) are livin...
Expert views of climate change adaptation in least developed Asia
B. K. Sovacool / Elsevier, 2012
Drawing primarily from original data collected from more than 100 semi-structured research interviews, this study discusses the benefits of four climate change adaptation projects being implemented in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia and ...
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Royal Society for the Protection of Nature (RSPN)
Bhutanese NGO working on citizen-based environmental conservation
Centre for Bhutan Studies, Bhutan
Research institute for inter-disciplinary studies on Bhutan
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