Saturday, August 18, 2018

Understanding Indo-Nepal Relations

Nepal has been embroiled in political instability since a decade-long Maoist conflict ended in 2006 and the monarchy was abolished two years later. The...

Visit of Prime Minister of Nepal to India

Prime Minister of Nepal, Shri K.P. Oli will be on his maiden visit to India on April 6-8, where he will be meeting the...

Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s Upcoming Visit: Some Issues To...

Nepal Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli’s maiden three-day state visit to India (6-8 April) after coming to power in last February has raised...

Shifting Balance of Power and Nepal’s “Equidistance Policy” Towards India and...

Post 1791-92 when the Chinese forces trounced Nepalese army from Tibet, Nepal was reduced as a “tributary state”, sending tribute to China once in...

New Delhi’s approach towards Oli

New Delhi will have to deal with whoever is in power in Nepal, and in spite of the differences between both sides and certain...

Nepal is witnessing an unprecedented acceptance of ultra-nationalist and communist forces,...

As Nepal’s newly elected prime minister KP Sharma Oli’s upcoming India visit (April 6-8) has deep strategic values, The Dialogue spoke with the Kathmandu...

Behind the US-China Trade War

Irrespective of 45 US trade associations, representing retail, technology, agriculture and other consumer-product industries urging the White House to go ahead with imposing tariffs...

Why India and China need to work together to make this...

While addressing a Press Conference on the sidelines of the National People’s Congress (NPC), Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi spoke about the need for greater cooperation...

China’s Constitution amendments for ‘longlasting security of the Party and country’

On 11th March 2018, the National People’s Congress (NPC), the Chinese legislature amended the 33-page constitution of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) literally...

The great Indo-China opportunity to drive trade

China and India, the world's two most populous countries, used to be described as giant ships passing in the night, such was the paucity...