Nepal-India Relations: Efforts to Review 1950’s Treaty (Special Acts of EPG)


Authors : Saroj Kumar Timalsina.

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 6 - June

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

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This paper attempts to highlight bilateral relation between Nepal and India with special reference to the efforts made by Nepal for reviewing or repealing 1950’s peace and friendship treaty. The paper highly focused on the impact of 1950’s treaty of peace and amity held between weakened Rana rulers and newly freed India. Further, the paper has stressed on the efforts of Eminent Persons Group, EPG on reviewing the treaties held between the two old friends of south Asia who shares long socio-cultural similarly as well as open border. Actually, Nepal has been victimized due to unequal and dominating treaty i.e. often compaired with Versailles treaty, and Prime Minister Man Mohan Adhakari had raised voice against this treaty for the first time even being in post that started open discourse about this treaty and it came up to the course of formation of EPG too with the motive of studying unequal treaties hold between Nepal and India.

Keywords : Indo-Nepal, Treaty, dominating, Eminent, peace and Amity, isolation, appeasement.

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