Friday, June 10, 2005

NEPAL: Ominous Activism Across The Southern Border

The next phase of New Delhi's plan involves the mobilization of the Indian army against the Maoist faction outside the peace process. For this, India will seek the full cooperation of the United States, Britain and China. The crisis in Nepal would be raised at the United Nations Security Council. If a resolution mandating an international stabilizing force were to be adopted, India's insistence would be that the bulk of the peacekeepers come from South Asian nations with experience of international peacekeeping operations.

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