On International Relations

Having spent a long time in the foreign ministry, Hira Bahadur Thapa has become a knower of many ins and outs of Nepal’s foreign policy, which is evident in his recent book<br>A CORRESSPONDENT

March 13, 2011, 5:45 p.m. Published in Magazine Issue: Vol. : 04 No.- 18 Mar.11-2011 (Falgun 27,2067)<BR>

As global politics and international relations are getting more complicated, the days ahead for smaller countries like Nepal could be very difficult and complicated as they set out to formulate their foreign policies. To deal with the present complexity of the world, persons with knowledge about the changing international politics are necessary.

This is what the recent book by Hira Bahadur Thapa establishes.  A seasoned Nepalese diplomat who served in various Nepalese missions in different capacities, and in his later career, also served as a foreign relations advisor to the prime minister, has written a book with important insights.

From conducting foreign relations to importance of disarmament, Thapa’s work gives sheds light on the present global trends and geo-political situations. Although Thapa has not written anything about his experiences, his book gives theoretical aspects of international relations as well as the current international trends.

His views incorporated in the books are thoughtful and based on the current trends. For those who are interested in global politics, this book is helpful and interesting to read. A book written by someone like Thapa is worth a place in the bookshelf.



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