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The politics of forest cover and forest conservation in Bhutan

There is a problem with forest cover reporting in the country. The figure is sometimes reported higher and other times lower. It confuses people and also can have policy and management implications. The problem has origin in 2005. 

Bhutan Responds to a Double Crisis

The world observes World Humanitarian Day today amidst the double crisis...

Need to reform in writing agreements

Our social interaction, governance or economy is today dictated by agreements...

We must all keep on protecting Bhutan’s success against COVID-19

From the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic to the successful double-dose...

Much ado about means, much less about end

As a young boy, I had heard a humble elderly relative...

Jabmis should be responsible and accountable

The Jabmis (lawyers) play a pivotal role in the administration of...

Post Vaccination Dilemma

Many countries worldwide seem to be going through a big dilemma...

Curriculum and National Character…

There is, and ought to be, a governing element of intentionality...

Media misinformation creates wrong knowledge in the society

In recent times, there were reports by mainstream media where media...

Obscene imbalances in ‘One Earth Balance Sheet’

The planet is clearly in a mess.  How did we get...

Improve your KYC or lose your customers

Know Your Customer (KYC) is one of the most important tools...

Bhutan’s Covid-19 vaccination campaign

Impact on science, vaccine supply and global intellectual property rights The...

To criminalize or not: Our youth

We often hear about the arrest, detention, and prosecution of our...

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