Bray, mark (1996): 'educational reform in a small state: bhutan's new approach to primary education', international journal of educational reform, vol5, no1. For more than three decades, the fourth dragon king of bhutan steered his people into the modern world, while keeping their traditional culture intact his recent abdication, at 53, in favor of his 29-year-old, oxford-educated son, was another stroke of realpolitik, strengthening the throne even as.
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