Bhutan’s weak response to the questions raised by over 60 countries during the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the human rights
situation was a glaring example to testify how worrying human rights situation in this Himalayan kingdom is.
First time in its history, Bhutan talked about its human rights with international community. The country that advocates for one culture and one tribal group for Bhutan is now in hot seat to talk on rights of minorities, ethnic groups, women, children etc. The international community rarely knows the two mass evictions that took place during the 100 years of Wangchuk reigns in Bhutan.
This book provides a detail and in-depth studies into human rights situations and the government advocacy to resist all pressure on human rights violations.
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