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State of global power

INTRODUCTION Background Dramatic changes at the global level have initiated a process of reorientation of the power distribution and emergence of new powers in international politics. The changes initiated with the disintegration of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR ), the unification of Europe in pursuit of an identity of its own ,a sharp […]

Pages: 55 Words: 16555 Topics: China, Economic Growth, Employment, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan

Impact of the maoist insurgency on the nepalese society

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1. The Nepalese people had a positive, but to a large extent unrealistic, expectation with the new political establishment of 1990, which had installed a democratic system of governance in the country. This form of governance was unable to meet the people’s expectations. Midterm parliamentary elections of November, 1994 resulted in a […]

Pages: 29 Words: 8658 Topics: Literacy, National Security, Nepal, Research, War
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United States Economic Interest in South Asia

After the Cold War, US emerged as the sole super power in the world. It started establishing military bases in all regions around the world. Central Asia, South Asia, Middle East and East Asia are the regions which have their own peculiarities. South Asia due to its presence along Indian Ocean, proximity to oil rich […]

Pages: 20 Words: 5929 Topics: China, India, International Relations, Nepal, Pakistan, Research, United States

Sikkim After 25 Years of Merger in India

SIKKIM AFTER 25 YEARS OF MERGER IN INDIA King Palden Thondup Namgyal, the Chogyal of Sikkim was in his palace on the morning of 6 April, 1975 when the roar of army trucks climbing the steep streets of Gangtok brought him running to the window. There were Indian soldiers everywhere, they had surrounded the palace, […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1292 Topics: India, Nepal

Citizenship: A Comparative Study of India and Nepal

Introduction During the last century, the concept of citizenship has witnessed a growing interest after it almost went out of vogue. A plethora of literature during this period has been written during this period which has led to it becoming a ‘cluster concept’ by interaction of other similar concepts. This body of literature runs on […]

Pages: 10 Words: 2938 Topics: Citizenship, Government, Justice, Multiculturalism, Nepal, Political Science, Social Institutions