Stories By 'Geja Sharma Wagle'
The transitional justice process remains incomplete nearly 13 years after the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord and the management of the combatants of the then rebel Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) in 2006.
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Nepal’s foreign policy under Prime Minister KP Oli has been a matter of serious discussion in the public domain. Given Oli’s past public remarks and the joint election manifesto of the then CPN-UML and the Maoist Centre with regards to Nepal’s foreign policy, it is posited that Oli may fail to balance relations with the country’s immediate neighbours, India and China.
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The promulgation of the much-awaited constitution by the Constituent Assembly in September and the subsequent Madhes movement have revealed some complicated
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Despite a long political transition, the failure to promulgate a new constitution through the first Constituent Assembly (CA), and the subsequent blame game among the political parties,
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Restructuring the country’s security agencies—the Nepal Army (NA), the Nepal Police (NP), the Armed Police Force (APF)
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In the information age, smart power is the best strategy for any nation to protect and extend its interests
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