After Bhutan's soon-to-be governing party pledged to follow the policies of the absolute monarchy it was replacing, Bhutan became possibly the first country in history where a King had to convince his people that democracy was a good idea. But, in a country that counts the nation's health by a Gross Happiness Index, not much is surprising. Can this tiny country keep its autonomy in the face of encroaching influence from outside? What does the future hold for a small country in the midst of the roaring Tiger and Dragon economies? We guide you through this fascinating democratic experiment.