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Running Head: Causal AnalysisCausal Analysis of Maoist Civil War in NepalName of the author:University:Submitted To:Name:Designation:Affiliation/ University:
Running Head: Causal AnalysisNepal is a mountainous country in South Asia, and suffered a decade of developmentdiscord and denial due to the armed conflicts and violence between the then rebel Maoists and thestate/ authority. In the war spanning 1996 to 2006 Nepal saw the violent chaos, conflicts and violentarmed struggle between the warring parties. This civil war can be attributed for Nepal’s laggeddevelopment, as this created a rift between citizens, and decline in interest and investment inNepal’s development. Conflicts have been part and parcel of human civilization, and the unawarecitizens got caught in such a clash between the powerful entities, and Nepalese citizens weren’t alsoleft alone by this civil war and became a part of the insurgency. Various reasons have beenmentioned by the Maoist leaders, politicians, sociologists, political experts and commentatorsregarding the actual causes of the war. There have been comments regarding the war as mereinstrument for the rebels to enter mainstream politics and gain foothold over the political spectrumwhile rallying public interest and goodwill as driving forces for the same. Another underlyingassumption regarding the insurgency has been use of thee agendas to foray into mainstream politics,and thirst for power. Post 2006, Nepal entered a transitional era of the republican system in thecountry, yet the memories of the civil war persist today. The major causes of the civil war in Nepalare political – ideological conflicts,

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Term
Fall
Professor
sujina
Tags
Sociology, Causality, Prachanda, Unified Communist Party of Nepal

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