On February 3, Prime Minister Sushil Koirala jogged his memory to acquaint the Kathmandu-based European Union (EU) envoys with the diplomatic code. This, in fact, came as a shock to many since Nepal’s premier Koirala took exception to what was commented as… More
Back in 1975 when the founder of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rahman, was assassinated in cold blood on August 15 at his residence in Dhaka, there were fingers raised legitimately at the Indian spy agency, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), for failing to… More
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena’s recent visit to India was aimed at mending bilateral relations that had deteriorated under his predecessor, Mahinda Rajapaksa, on account of the latter’s close embrace of China. During Sirisena’s visit, India and Sri Lanka signed four agreements… More
(Nepal Foreign Affairs, Feb 26)
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G Parthasarathy As China flexes its muscles globally to build ‘parity’ with the US, even as it co-opts a growingly isolated and economically weakened Russia, it has adopted a policy of assuming the role as the sole superpower in Asia. President Xi… More
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