Nepal: The Road to Peace

April 7, 2010 /
Jason Motlagh
Jason Motlagh is a roving freelance multimedia journalist.
April 24, 2009 / PBS Foreign Exchange
Jason Motlagh
For many, Nepal conjures up notions of Mount Everest, Buddhist monks, and hippies seeking a Himalayan high.
February 1, 2009 /
Nathalie Applewhite
Jason will share his experiences in reporting international conflicts.
June 30, 2008 / The San Francisco Chronicle
Jason Motlagh
June 19, 2008 / The Economist
Jason Motlagh
On a sun-baked plain four hours' drive south of Kathmandu, the capital, a platoon of Maoist fighters in jungle fatigues is on the move.
June 17, 2008 / World Politics Review
Jason Motlagh
Four years ago, Hardik dropped out of his university-level science studies in the Nepali capital, Katmandu, to join Maoist insurgents in the bush.
June 12, 2008 / World Politics Review
Jason Motlagh
KATMANDU, Nepal -- Nepal's Maoist movement has no operational links with the leftist insurgents in India who also call themselves Maoists, the former guerilla army's second-in-command said, dismissing the possibility of any future assistance for their political brethren to the south. "Political revolution is fixed within a border and we do not export it," Commander Ananta said in an interview with World Politics Review earlier this month at Maoist party headquarters here. "The people of an independent country must decide themselves."
May 28, 2008 / The Christian Science Monitor
Jason Motlagh
Kathmandu and Chitwan, Nepal - Nepal's peace process has advanced with relative stability in recent weeks despite major changes it is bringing in the country.