Monthly Archives: February 2012

Nepal-UN Relations & UNPKOS

UN’s Founding: The establishment of the United Nations in June, 1945 is, in one sense the consequence of the horrors of World War II, which resulted in the significant loss of human lives and material. History is testimony to the … Continue reading

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Is Cold War Being Replayed in Syria?

Following the exercise of vetoes by China and Russia on a UN Security Council resolution crafted carefully by the west in conjunction with Arab League aimed at diffusing current crisis in Syria, the problem in the country looks complicated rather … Continue reading

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Intervention and Regime Change

A lively debate has ensued in the aftermath of the application of Responsibility to Protect (R2P) in Cote I’voire and Libya in early 2011. Arguments for and against international humanitarian intervention have been presented by supporters and critics. Despite long … Continue reading

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Future of Liberal Democracy & Nepal

An intellectual debate is taking place about the sustainability of liberal democracy in the wake of the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century. The prediction made by no other than political scientist and policymaker Francis Fukuyama concerning … Continue reading

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