The Politics of Bhutan: Retrospect and Prospect
An Analysis Of The Politics In Bhutan - Based On Exclusive Personal Interviews With The Decision Makers And Those Affected By The Decisions. Draws On Both Primary And Secondary Sources - 9 Chapters - Appendices - Bibliography - Index - Administrative Map Of Bhutan.
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The Political System
Monarchy and Monarchs
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