Stories By 'Lok Raj Baral'
There are interesting secrets behind why Nepal insulated itself from masquerading communist regimes found in many Asian countries adjacent to China.
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A country’s foreign policy can be broadly examined by these criterias: physical setting, relevance, flexibility, coherence and execution.
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The focus of international politics changes along with the rise and decline of powers. The Europe that dominated world politics for a long time discontinued to do so following the emergence of the two superpowers in the post-Second World War context.
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In a recent interview with The New York Times, Colombian President Ivan Duque Márquez made a distinction between demagogues and pedagogues stating that demagogues were populists who embrace extremism of either the right or the left; pedagogues have vision and a mission for steering the country by following a more centrist role that can bridge differences and create conditions for positive change.
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There is no trace of communism except for the sickle and hammer on the party’s flag
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Govt has the mandate to rule for five years. But chances of it squandering them are pretty high
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