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Bhutan measures success not by gross domestic product, but by "Gross National Happiness." Although the country is sometimes thought of as the happiest in the world, modern problems are hurting its reputation.
China is giving away a warship, and it’s the latest sign of the growing rivalry between Asia’s 2 most powerful militaries
India has watched with concern as China has courted countries throughout South Asia, seeking expanded economic and diplomatic relationships.
Cell phones and computers are slowly taking hold in one of the most mysterious countries in the world — and they’re not making people any ...
Bhutan, one of the most mysterious countries in the world, has resisted modern technology for decades. But lately, cell phones, computers, and TV has transformed life in Bhutan.
She took the throne in 2011 at the age of 21.
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Tensions between China and India have heated up over a remote frontier region in the Himalayas.
The eight youngest leaders hail from across the globe — from democracies, monarchies, and dictatorships in Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, and Middle East.
In Bhutan, a Gross National Happiness is valued over a Gross Domestic Product.