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By Manoj Joshi ::  There is a French phrase which, roughly translated, says: the more things change, the more they


By Paul Woodward - War in Context :: The discovery of what appear to have been deliberately etched markings made

China: Xi Jinping’s diplomatic strategy under new conditions :: Analysis 

By D. S. Rajan :: It is natural that the address delivered by Xi Jinping, the General Secretary of the Chinese


By Valentina Gasbarri :: Despite significant progress made over the previous decades, persistent and unacceptable levels of malnutrition pose a formidable

Nepal: Spirit of Constitution on progressive restructuring of states ::…

The main agenda of Jana Andolan-2 and Madhesh Aandolan about restructuring of the State was based on equality and the

Pak- Russia relations: Way to SCO membership :: By Nasur…

The recent developments of Pak-Russia ties, and in the wake the visit of Russian Defense Minister General Sergey Shoigut to

Rethinking a Progressive Democratic Afghanistan :: By Nasurullah Brohi

The newly formed unity government of Afghanistan under President Ghani is yet to declare its internal and foreign policies formally

South Asia’s hydro-politics: Water in them hills :: By JAGAT…

IT IS a thrill trekking beside the upper Marsyangdi river in northern Nepal. On view are spectacular waterfalls and cliffs,

Nuclear Terrorism and Pakistan :: By Sidra Ajaib Kayani

In the aftermath of 9/11 terrorist attacks, a new phenomenon of nuclear terrorism got emerged. Non-state actors and the presence

India Pakistan Growing Tensions and the Eighteenth SAARC Summit ::…

The most recent trend in the world is to link nations into regions and the regions with the rest of

Modi in Nepal: Religion and Diplomacy :: By C Raja…

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision not to travel to Janakpur, Lumbini and Muktinath, three important religious places in Nepal, and

Nextdoor Nepal: SAARC and after :: By Yubaraj Ghimire

The 18th Saarc summit Nepal is hosting comes during a state of turmoil — a mix of domestic political flux

Asia and the Seas : Looking back to look forward…

Three Asian powers – China, India and Indonesia – have, in recent times, attempted to project their power potential by

Nepal-India Should Understand the Reality between Each Other

By Dirgha Raj Prasai :: Nepal and India are only the two pious Hindu countries in the world. These Hindu

10 Lessons I Learned While Working With Women Activists in…

By Elizabeth Enslin, Ph.D.(Author, Anthropologist) :: In my recent memoir on becoming a wife and mother in a high caste

In Nepal, maintaining the momentum :: By Rakesh Sood

In a few days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in Nepal, his second time in a short span. Though

Shaheen Ballistic Missiles: Maintaining Deterrence

By Ali Raza & Beenish Altaf :: New Delhi‘s immense investment in the conventional arms, upgrading of its anti-missile program

How China sees itself and its role in Asia ::…

By Farish (Badrol Hisham) Ahmad-Noor :: ‘The governance of China’ which features around 80 speeches delivered by Xi Jinping, the

Unfree Trade Agreements: The Abdication of Democracy

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark :: Dogmas, by their nature, are impervious to the fresh air of questioning revision. The dogma of

Retaining leadership in the Asia-Pacific: Why the US should work…

By James Char ::  The announcement of the recent signing of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) was greeted