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Ignored or ill-represented? : the grievance of terai-madhes conflict in Nepal

@inproceedings{Upreti2013IgnoredOI,
  title={Ignored or ill-represented? : the grievance of terai-madhes conflict in Nepal},
  author={Bishnu Raj Upreti and Suman Babu Paudel and Safal Ghimire},
  year={2013}
}
Whatever the present contentions are, people in this region had long been suffering from the ignorance by the establishment as well as the regional elites. Unfortunately, most of the academic analyses so far have been concentrating merely on centre to periphery exploitation. This book counter-argues that there are also many other reasons than this, viz., international geopolitical interests, stronghold of regional elites and immense diversity of societies within the region. 
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