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How China Uses Development Finance Strategically in South Asia
October 18, 2021

How China Uses Development Finance Strategically in South Asia

By Mohamed Zeeshan
Since the launch of the Belt and Road Initiative in 2013, Beijing has remade the idea of development aid.

Should Nepal Ratify the MCC Nepal Compact?
October 11, 2021

Should Nepal Ratify the MCC Nepal Compact?

By Santosh Sharma Poudel
A U.S. grant of $500 million would give the fund-starved Nepali economy a shot in the arm.
Border Roads Bring India and Nepal Closer
September 27, 2021

Border Roads Bring India and Nepal Closer

By Arun Budhathoki, Nitesh R Pradhan , and Sravan Chettri
The 35-km-long Uttarey-Chiwanbhangjyang road will link western Sikkim in India not just to areas on the Nepali side of the border but to western Nepal.

Has China Encroached into Nepali Territory in Humla District?
September 26, 2021

Has China Encroached into Nepali Territory in Humla District?

By Santosh Sharma Poudel
Prime Minister Deuba has ordered a "study" into the long-standing allegations.

Is Nepal’s Secularism Under Threat?
September 01, 2021

Is Nepal’s Secularism Under Threat?

By Kamal Dev Bhattarai
Growing calls for a Hindu state underline popular dissatisfaction with Nepal’s long stretch of political instability.

Will Britain’s Nepali Gurkha Veterans Get Justice?
August 30, 2021

Will Britain’s Nepali Gurkha Veterans Get Justice?

By Arun Budhathoki
With the British government agreeing to discuss their demands, the military veterans ended their 13-day hunger strike recently.

Nepal Looks to Foreign Powers to Evacuate its Citizens from Afghanistan
August 23, 2021

Nepal Looks to Foreign Powers to Evacuate its Citizens from Afghanistan

By Arun Budhathoki
The nation's inability to rescue its own nationals underscores its limited capacity abroad.
Can Nepal’s New Prime Minister Navigate Rough Political Seas?
August 17, 2021

Can Nepal’s New Prime Minister Navigate Rough Political Seas?

By Kamal Dev Bhattarai
Sher Bahadur Deuba faces a herculean task in managing fragile politics.  

Nepal’s Once-and-Future Prime Minister: What to Expect From Deuba’s Foreign Policy
August 07, 2021

Nepal’s Once-and-Future Prime Minister: What to Expect From Deuba’s Foreign Policy

By Kamal Dev Bhattarai
Managing relations with great powers will remain a key foreign policy challenge for Nepal’s new prime minister.

Searching for the Next War: What Happens When Contractors Leave Afghanistan?
August 05, 2021

Searching for the Next War: What Happens When Contractors Leave Afghanistan?

By Noah Coburn and Peter Gill
As U.S. troops withdraw, many contract employees – most of them from poor countries, including Nepal – are leaving Afghanistan and fanning out around the world.

Nepal’s Cautious Approach to the Tibetan Question
July 28, 2021

Nepal’s Cautious Approach to the Tibetan Question

By Arun Budhathoki and Bindesh Dahal
The presence of Tibetan refugees on its soil makes Nepal vulnerable to Chinese pressure.
Nepal’s COVID-19 Crisis Exacerbates Hardships for Women
July 23, 2021

Nepal’s COVID-19 Crisis Exacerbates Hardships for Women

By Rajin Rayamajhi and Tracy Fehr
The economic and health impact of the pandemic has disproportionately fallen on women – especially single women.

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