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Bhutan: Information on the Bhutan People's Party

Publisher Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
Author Research Directorate, Immigration and Refugee Board, Canada
Publication Date 1 August 1993
Citation / Document Symbol BTN15013
Cite as Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Bhutan: Information on the Bhutan People's Party, 1 August 1993, BTN15013, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3ae6ac1184.html [accessed 22 September 2014]
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For information on the above-mentioned subject, please refer to the attached documents.

Attachments

Calgary Herald. 2 August 1992. Kinley Dorji and Jan Sharma. "King Struggles to Save Bhutan. (NEXIS)

The Independent. 10 October 1992. Tim McGirk. "Bhutan Battles to Preserve Identity." (NEXIS)

Inter Press Service. 3 December 1991. Dhruba Adhikary. "Bhutan: Nepal and India to Discuss Crisis in Bhutan." (NEXIS)

Los Angeles Times. 5 May 1991. Michael Neale. "King Fears Immigrants Threaten Bhutan." (NEXIS)

. 1 September 1992. KES Kirby. "Ethnic Discord." (NEXIS)

Revolutionary and Dissident Movements. 1991. "Bhutan." London: Longman Current Affairs.

The Times. 23 August 1990."Pressure Grows for Bhutan Freedom." (NEXIS)

The Xinhua General Overseas News Service. 4 June 1993. "Bhutan People's Party to Launch Movement in Bhutan." (NEXIS)

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