Indeed, this time the equation in the electoral graph has changed drastically, with the arrival in national politics of new and seemingly energetic quadragenarians with noble objectives and action plans aiming at confronting, or replacing, the old guards.
By Dr. Kishor Uprety Nov 27, 2022
The oft-repeated nobility of the initiative was noble neither in form nor in substance. No wonder the end results of the little that has been achieved are still being questioned, by both external as well as internal elements, in addition to being subjected to continual attempts to foil, directly or by proxy
By Dr. Kishor Uprety Jun 24, 2017
The Tribunal concluded that fishermen from Chinese flagged vessels had engaged in harvesting endangered species on a significant scale severely destroying the coral reef ecosystem, but China had failed to prevent such harmful activities.
By Dr. Kishor Uprety Aug 25, 2016
A deal of great significance for Asia aimed at facilitating infrastructure development through a new financial architecture has recently been finalized, with the establishment of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), to be headquartered in
By Dr. Kishor Uprety Aug 05, 2015
The current political situation is, without doubt,complex, but also somewhat sorry andfrightening.It is as if the citizens are in an underground train stuck between two stations, not knowing which direction it will move and when it will come out.
By Dr. Kishor Uprety Dec 05, 2014
The mixed reactions also indicate the panel’s efforts to take a middle path and to balance, on the one hand, environmental concerns and energy requirement of the two countries, and on the other, to consider the rights and duties of the parties spelle
By Dr. Kishor Uprety Aug 17, 2014
Since the time India stated its intentions to construct the KHEP, Pakistan had been raising objections, emphasizing that the inter-tributary diversions of waters due to the KHEP were barred by the IWT, that existing Pakistani uses needed to be protec
By Dr. Kishor Uprety Aug 07, 2014
A long awaited demand for a peoples’ assembly to draft a constitution was certainly met, but barring a flurry of confusions it succeeded in adding at multiple levels, the first assembly failed to seal the constitution-making deal, thus, to pave the w
By Dr. Kishor Uprety Apr 05, 2014