This book focuses on the response of the military in Nepali polity which tried to practice a multi-party system along with the concept of the 'king in Parliament' after the restoration of democracy. It discusses the democratic struggle in Nepal, and the response of the military to such struggle.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Civil–Military Relations and Democratization 3. Military Recruitment, Development and Trends 4. Military–democracy Interface (1990–2002) 5. The King vs Democracy (2002–2006) 6. The Power Shift 2006: Restoration of Democracy and the Democratization of the Military 7. Conclusion
Indra Adhikari is Research Associate, Nepal Centre for Contemporary Studies, Kathmandu.