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Mozambique: Looking to its Past for Lasting Peace

April 10 2021
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The government of Mozambique has taken many approaches to end conflict and encourage economic development in the past fifty years. Colonial independence, nationalization, villagization, and Marxism were all tried, with accompanying political uph

Bikram Sambat in Nepal: A Retrospect

April 10 2021
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Bikram Sambat is the glory of Nepal. We the Nepalese people are lucky because Nepal was never captured by foreign imperialists. The continual practice of Bikram Sambat in Nepal is powerful proof against imperialists’ attempt to hold Nepal. Bikra

Transitioningre to high-value agriculture through cluster-based development

April 06 2021
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Income growth, urbanization, nutritional awareness, and supermarket revolutions in Asia are fueling demand for high-value agricultural products (HVPs), such as vegetables and fruits. This change in consumer demand can provide new agri-food marke

Autonomous adaptation: Community approaches to coping with climate change

April 04 2021
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Human activity is accelerating climate change, and those most at risk are vulnerable populations in developing countries that are already suffering from chronic poverty. These countries also tend to be ones that contribute only negligibly to cli

COVID-19 and women entrepreneurs: A tale of leadership and resilience

March 20 2021
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The lockdowns and other measures introduced to contain the COVID-19 pandemic have had profound impacts on people and the global economy. Countries in South Asia and in the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region recorded a sharp economic slowdown. Sma

Choose to challenge: Empowering women as leaders for gender equality in the “new normal”

March 20 2021
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Gender equality is imperative to the attainment of wellbeing for all and promoting gender equity in leadership is a critical step towards it. Since they were first introduced in 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have brought much-ne

Turkey's emergence as the global power.

March 20 2021
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The changing dynamics of globalisation, post-Cold War era, has brought forth systemic changes shifting the centres of power. In the 21st century, the Western world is gradually losing its appeal, which is arguably being replaced by the new inter

Reproductive Health and Economic Development Are Two Sides of the Same Coin

March 12 2021
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Wanting one’s children is the most important indicator of a successful family. It is also the best way to reduce pregnancy termination. On International Women’s Day, it’s important to keep in mind that in low-income countries, family plannin

Fintech development transforming the financial landscape in the People’s Republic of China

February 28 2021
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Financial technology (fintech) is rapidly changing the financial landscape in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), with important implications for financial inclusion and macroeconomic stability (Huang 2020). Fintech in the PRC started at the e

Opportunity looms over Rohingya repatriation

February 18 2021
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The collapse of power-sharing co-existence between the Tatmadaw (Myanmar military) and Aung San Suu Kyi at the helm of democratisation in Myanmar has recently upended to the direction of massive setback. The military refused to acknowledge the r

Nepal’s Democracy in Crisis

February 13 2021
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Nepal’s democracy is in crisis. When a long-simmering row within the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) flared up last December, Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli dissolved Parliament —a move critics decried as unconstitutional. Then, on F

Pompeo's Al-Queda conspiracy and Bangladesh

January 20 2021
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In a recent speech at the US National Press Club, the US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, made a claim that Iran is the 'new Afghanistan' for Al-Qaeda (AQ) militants'. This outrageously gratuitous claim was a quintessential example of the servil

Commentary: Can America reclaim global leadership?

January 16 2021
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ANN ARBOR, Michigan: US President-elect Joe Biden’s impending inauguration has raised hopes that his administration will “make America lead again.” If the United States is to transform its rivalry with China into constructive competition, this

Farwell to terrible year 2020

January 01 2021
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Indian media fraternity sets to bid farewell to the Covid-19 pandemic year 2020 with the horrible statistics of journo-killings with some dangerous countries for working journalists in the world. The largest democracy in the globe witnessed kill

Toward an ASEAN COVID-19 travel balloon

January 01 2021
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While financial markets have responded strongly to the emergency-use authorization of various coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccines in several countries, the economic impacts will take much longer to materialize. One reason for this is that va