The 2006 Comprehensive Peace Agreement in Nepal was one of the most significant peace settlements in decades. However, the collapse of the first constituent Assembly in 2013 underlined the scale of the challenges and obstacles to consolidating peace and promoting development for the benefit of all Nepalese. This case study examined the trade-offs between different negotiation processes (e.g. the constitutional process over transitional justice legislation), and their impact on the political settlement is considered, along with the motivations and interests of different actors.
- Author : Harriet Cornell
- Category : Case Studies, Peace Processes
- Date : July 16, 2015
- Tags : Nepal