This chapter critically analyses the literature available on the Bhutanese and the Tibetan refugees assessing the gaps therein and pointing out the need for a comparative study of the treatment of the two refugees locating them in the exact geopolitical context. The chapter then moves on to discuss the theoretical possibilities in the study of refugee protection and geopolitics, especially the behaviour of local stakeholders such as Government of Nepal and UNHCR alongside the direct and indirect engagement of the external forces, mainly the US and India. The chapter further throws light on the norms and mechanisms that govern the refugee protection in non-signatory States like Nepal and the realities on the ground.

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