Stories By 'Lok Raj Baral'
At a time when Nepali politicians are engaged in setting their houses in order, foreign policy is almost a forgotten area.
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Has Nepal’s foreign policy really shrunk, confining the country to its immediate neighbours China and India? Or is it the reflection of the changed context of world politics that makes both big and small powers uncertain and unpredictable on a global scale. Both are possible,
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ho sets the agenda that encapsulates the principles and practices in contemporary democracy? Pondering over this subject, four principal agenda setters can be identified with objectivity.
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I had been asked to speak on civilisational links between Nepal and India at a seminar held during the recent Nepal visit of Indian President Pranab Mukherjee.
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Interviews of politicians and role incumbents should be read between the lines. Former deputy prime minister and foreign minister Kamal Thapa has disclosed some things which had remained only as assumptions of some critics.
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Maharajakrishna Rasgotra’s 40-year-long diplomatic career, as narrated in his new book A Life in Diplomacy, reveals many things concerning Nepal and the world.
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