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Keshav Prasad Bhattarai is the former President of Nepal Teachers' Association, Teachers' Union of Nepal and General Secretary of SAARC Teachers' Federation. Currently, he is the Advisor of Nepal Institute for Strategic Affairs (NISS). Mr. Bhattarai has also authored four books -- two of them are about Nepal's Relations with India and one each on educational Issues and Nepal in global Geopolitics.


Articles by Keshav Prasad Bhattarai :

Burden Of History In An Asian Century – Analysis

Many writers have referred to Elie Kretty – one of the captains of Napoleon Bonaparte during his military adventure to

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Nuclear Weapons: World Has Weapons That Are Bigger Than Wars Itself – Analysis

In his meeting with the journalist after the meeting with Board of Governors of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Iranian

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O-Burma And Its Regional And Global Message – Analysis

Both Burmese and international media were stirred at the mood of national jubilation experienced in Burma for the first time

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Water: Source Of International Conflict And Weapon Of War – Analysis

Over the next 10 years the world population will be nearly 8 billion from less than 7 billion now and

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Can United States Continue To Lead The 21st Century? – Analysis

For the first time in February 1941, Veteran American journalist and the founder of Time, Life and Fortune magazine –

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India’s Strategic And Foreign Policy Update For The Next Decade – Analysis


In the Fourth Conference of Indian Heads of Missions held in New Delhi – last month, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh,

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Restructuring Arctic Stability And Global Security – Analysis

In the middle of September last month the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) – a research body based

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Cyber Weapons: Are They The Deadliest Means Of Modern Warfare? – Analysis

Amid the Senkaku/ Diaoyu islet chain disputes and violent demonstrations in China against Japan, a series of cyber attacks hit

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India Reconfirms Its Entry Into Elite Missile Club – Analysis

India said that it has successfully test-fired its nuclear-capable strategic ballistic missile Agni-IV with a strike range of about 4000

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