Nepal; Strategy for Survival

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University of California Press, Jan 1, 1971 - Nepal - 310 pages
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The book written by Leo E Rose is Adjunct Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley.This book Nepal strategy for survival deals with the past ruling dynasty in Nepal, Bada Maharaja Prithvi Narayan Shah, once aptly described his newly conquered kingdom in the central Himalayas as "a root between two stones." where by this book tries to show Nepal's foreign policy and relations with neighboring states from an historical perspective The writer Leo is not particularly concerned in this study with analyzing the processes or agents of decision-making, but rather with the substance of Nepal's foreign policy.He hav introduced this book in four major part with 12 chapters respectively.
Introducing Nepal, It controlled approximately one-third of the Himalayan bastion upon which south Asia relies for protection -- never more so than today.
 

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Contents

The Foundations of Nepals Foreign Relations
3
Confrontation Politics in the Himalayan Area
21
The Anglo
75
The Emergence of a New Pattern
103
Nepal Adjusts to the British Forward
128
Nepal and the Pax Britannica
151
A Place in the World 194570
175
The Crisis in Relations with New Delhi
233
Selected Bibliography
293
Index
307
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Rose is Adjunct Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley.

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