India–Nepal Peace and Friendship Treaty (1950): Does it Require Revision?

@article{Nayak2010IndiaNepalPA,
  title={India–Nepal Peace and Friendship Treaty (1950): Does it Require Revision?},
  author={Nihar Ranjan Nayak},
  journal={Strategic Analysis},
  year={2010},
  volume={34},
  pages={579 - 593}
}
  • N. Nayak
  • Published 23 June 2010
  • Political Science
  • Strategic Analysis
Abstract The Treaty of Peace and Friendship signed between India and Nepal in 1950 has been a subject of debate within Nepal. The issue has been regularly featured in left parties' election manifestos in Nepal and become an agenda item in bilateral talks. India has agreed to review, adjust and update the treaty while giving due recognition to the special features of the bilateral relationship. Nepal's reservations to the treaty are based on the argument that the treaty compromises Nepal's… 
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