Nepal’s Earthquake Politics » CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names.
This is a great video to get a sense of how Nepal was framed for the British public in the early sixties. You can see where the roots of certain essentialisms came from, especially Nepal as an exotic Shangri-La that is “friendly to the west but holding jealously to its own standards of values and […]
I’ve been getting a lot of verbal feedback on my blog post on the road expansion project. I wish people would post their comments for everyone to read. Since they have not, I’ll share a few choice insights. First off, I must be doing something right because based on my argument I was accused of being […]