Surya Kiran Yadav is a young professional from Nepal working in the field of conflict resolution . He has graduated from Delhi University and also served as the founding president of Nepalese Student Association, Delhi University(NSADU). He has worked closely with Government agencies and has also taken part in number of bilateral talks. He has volunteered at and observed the ongoing peace process between the Government of Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). He is currently working on the Transitional Justice Process of Nepal.

14 years later Nepal's Peace Process remains incomplete

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    Today marks the 14th anniversary of signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement(CPA) between the then CPN (Maoist) and the Government of Nepal led by late Girija Prasad Koirala i…

Shouldn't Climate Change be a Political Agenda in Nepal ?

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  The Communists, the Monarchists, the Centrists, the Conservatives or the Fundamentalists. The list might go on but has any political party in Nepal ever centred their debate on climate chan…

Belarus Crisis and What Russia wants

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  The August presidential election in Belarus has not only reinstated one of the longest serving democratically elected head of the state in Europe but also stroked much controversies. The op…

Chinese Ambassador's meet with Nepal's leadership and the message.

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  An unusual scene permeated the Social media on Tuesday. About a dozen cadres of Nepali Congress affiliated Nepal Student Union (NSU) staged a silent demonstration in front of the Chinese Em…

The Communist Conundrum of Nepal

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More than two third members of the Standing Committee of Nepal’s ruling Party, the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) have demanded PM KP Oli’s resignation over its utter incompetence in handlin…

No Shots Fired: India & China’s use of Stone Age tools and the Security Dilemma.

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Last week a border confrontation with China left 20 Indian soldiers and unknown number of Chinese soldiers dead. Soon after, the border patrols on either sides retracted some two miles deep into thei…

Nepal's Protest, Policy making and the Question of Democracy

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  For the past few days protesting masses of predominantly young people have been slowly engulfing the erstwhile deserted streets of Kathmandu Valley. Disenchanted with the leadership, to the…

The Political Science of RDT kits procurement in Nepal

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When any seemingly bizarre decision is made by Politicians, most of the time it is either for the love of adventurism or love of their own self. If a decision seems inevitable, we hardly learn to dis…

The Practice of hate in politics

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The co-existence of culturally varied ethnic or religious communities has been marred by persistent conflicts and often resulted in the subjugation of one by the other. When the differences beco…

The genesis and relevance of American's resistance against Racism

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  The US is reeling with a massive protest across its cities over the murder of George Floyd, a black American, by the state Police. However, the murder is only a proximate cause. The underly…

EV policy cudgels Nepal's Economy, Climate and Reputation

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    A wise man once said "I am looking forward to the day when Nepal gains reputation as the country of clean energy.". The wise man was Nepal's PM KP Sharma Oli in 2018…

Corona Pandemic and the Rise of Authoritarianism

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  When we scour modern or contemporary political history, we discover the rise of authoritarianism being accompanied by the imposition of the state of emergency, a blatant abridgment of human…