Category Archives: Politics

Uncertainty and Unrest: Kathmandu, May 3, 2009

Hi Everyone!  I’m not sure who has heard about the current state of affairs here in Kathmandu.  Here’s the link to BBC’s story “Nepalese army general fired by PM”  (though I don’t know if the link will work anymore) http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8031302.stmContinue reading

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p.s. and hope for the next generation

January 2009 It has been a long time since I last wrote.  This is partially because there is a lot to share and partly because it takes some grounding and purposefulness to write these, normally.  But today I shall just … Continue reading

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Kathmandu Strikes, June 2008

 It has been a while since I’ve been in touch.  I’m sitting in an internet cafe in the heart of Kathmandu, listening to people saw, hammer and sand wood as they renovate the cafe.  The city is in the midst … Continue reading

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Obama for President?

February 2008 Dear Jesse, Thanks for the articulate and impassioned email on the candidacy of Barack Obama.  I have to say that I feel more than somewhat removed from the world of presidential primaries. I am instead steeped in the … Continue reading

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