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Another Asia II
2006

Another Asia II

Philip Blenkinsop

NEPAL (2001-2006)

In 2001 Philip Blenkinsop was one of the first Westerners to photograph the Maoist guerrilla movement in NEPAL (2001-2006). After that he returned to the country several times He always encountered large-scale protests against the authoritarian head of state, King Gyanendra. In April, 2006, this popular rebellion led to his fall. This was preceded by weeks of violence, since the King refused to recognize the parliament. With the restoration of democracy, the Maoists too received a place in the political spectrum. The negotiations over their disarming however have been difficult. Traces of the years of civil war and state terror are also still visible.

  • NEPAL (2001-2006)

    In 2001 Philip Blenkinsop was one of the first Westerners to photograph the Maoist guerrilla movement in NEPAL (2001-2006). After that he returned to the country several times He always encountered large-scale protests against the authoritarian head of state, King Gyanendra. In April, 2006, this popular rebellion led to his fall. This was preceded by weeks of violence, since the King refused to recognize the parliament. With the restoration of democracy, the Maoists too received a place in the political spectrum. The negotiations over their disarming however have been difficult. Traces of the years of civil war and state terror are also still visible.

  • NEPAL (2001-2006)

  • NEPAL (2001-2006)

  • NEPAL (2001-2006)

  • NEPAL (2001-2006)

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Another Asia

Another Asia

Price EUR 10,00