Monthly Archives: July 2011

An Issue of Moral Integrity

The third week of Asar or first half of July in Nepali calendar occupies a special place because generally during this time the government presents the annual budget for new financial year. Since 2008 when the Maoist-led government had presented … Continue reading

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Is Libya’s War Whimsical?

Writing for Foreign Policy, Stephan Walt has recently asked whether the humanitarian intervention in Libya is a war of whims. Popularly known there are two wars viz War of Necessity and War of Choice. War of Necessity involves strategic interests … Continue reading

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Corresponding to Contemporary Power Realities

Despite long wait for suitable reforms in the UN especially in the composition of the Security Council, the momentum seems to be generated. The recent diplomatic moves suggest that the General Assembly of the United Nations may be asked in … Continue reading

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Is 2011 Going to be a Diplomatic 1973?

Avi Shavit of Israel writing for Haaretz newspaper has raised the above question, which is pertinent. History of Arab-Israeli conflict is testimony to the fact that October 1973 war brought unprecedented disgrace to Israel. The surprise attacks launched against Israel … Continue reading

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