Last of a three-part series. Part I can be found here. Part II can be found here.
Audio Reporter's Notebook: Don Duncan discusses how recent resettlement efforts have affected Bhutanese refugees left behind in the camps, and the implications for the militant groups in their midst. (Trouble listening with the above flash player? Download the audio.)
THIMPHU, Bhutan -- The banners, portraits and flags marking the Bhutanese monarchy's centenary in 2008, are slowly being taken down in Thimphu's main streets, as the country eases itself into the new year. But while the rest of the world braces itself for 2009, and the change an Obama presidency may usher in, for Bhutan, 2008 was already a year of change unlike any other.
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