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Resistance and the state Nepalese experiences

There has been growing concern about "failed states", and since the massacre of the Royal family in Nepal in 2001, increasing media attention has focused on the decline of the state and the rise of the Maoist rebels. This book explores the complex relationship between a modernizing, developmentalist state and the people it professes to represent.

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