Monthly Archives: November 2012

Is the Notion of Two-State Solution Dead?

At a time when the reelected US President Barack Obama needs to give a fresh start to deadlocked Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, the situation on the ground seems to go out of control as Gaza explodes in the recent days. Who is … Continue reading

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Seeing Peacekeeping From Nepal’s Prism

The United Nations was founded in June 1945 in the aftermath of World War II primarily to avert another catastrophe of its kind. The horrifying memories of that war are unforgettable. Justifiably, the Charter of the UN has mentioned the … Continue reading

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