Monthly Archives: March 2012

Diplomacy In The Changing World

Recently, I wrote a book titled Diplomacy In The Changing World. The publisher is Asia Publications. You can order your copy by visiting Asia Publications in Bagbazar, Kathmandu, Nepal or call them at 4232879 or 4239174.

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Nation’s Security and the Role of the UN

  Born in the aftermath of World Wars I & II, the United Nations is undisputedly the most admirable experiment ever conceived to ensure international peace and security. Its one of the principal bodies, the Security Council, as assigned by … Continue reading

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गोर्खा भर्तीकेन्द्रको सान्दर्भिकता (Published in Sourya Daily on March 23rd)

नेपाल–बेलायत द्विपक्षीय सम्बन्धको एउटा महŒवपूर्ण पाटो बनेको छ ब्रिटिस गोर्खा सैनिक, जसको आधिकारिक प्रारम्भ राणाकालीन समय खासगरी वीर शमशेर जबराको पालादेखि भएको इतिहासविद्हरू बताउ“छन् । हुनत सन् १८१४ को नेपाल–ब्रिटेन युद्धमा गोर्खालीले मातृभूमिको रक्षार्थ प्रदर्शन गरेको वीरता र युद्ध कौशलता एवम् … Continue reading

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Nuclear Power & Generation Ethics

A retrospective look at Fukushima Disaster (March 11, 2011) in Japan reveals the fact that nuclear power, though involving high-level risks due to possible release of radioactive materials in worst case scenario of meltdown of nuclear reactors, remains an important … Continue reading

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Does an Opportunity for Diplomacy Remain in Iran?

  In the wake of the latest report from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) casting a doubt on the peaceful intentions of Iran’s nuclear program, an intense debate has ensued whether the country’s suspected pursuit of nuclear weapons needs … Continue reading

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Reining in World’s Most Dangerous Threat

Some commentators have considered the recent announcement by North Korea of its intention to suspend nuclear program in exchange for U.S. food aid as significant development that may help reduce tension in world’s highly militarized and densely populated region. This … Continue reading

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