September 20, 2011Baburam BhattaraiChinaForeign AffairsMaoistsneighbourhoodNepal

Baburam Bhattarai’s tilted bridge

How Nepal might see relations with India

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

During an interaction in March this year, Baburam Bhattarai, now prime minister of Nepal, made some points that should interest observers of international relations.

(These were made before he became prime minister and might indicate his personal thoughts and inclinations.)

(He also made two points which I interpret as being designed to coerce India into getting over its reluctance to support a Maoist-led government)



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