Nestled between India and China, with just 750,000 inhabitants, Bhutan is one of the world’s most mysterious nations. It has been dubbed the "land of happiness" since it is the only country in the world with a Gross National Happiness index to measure its citizens' quality of life. But has following this path helped the sheltered Buddhist nation? Our reporter Surabhi Tandon has been to Bhutan to find out.
A programme prepared by Gaëlle Essoo and Laura Burloux
Assistant Professor of Politics and International Relations, University of Westminster