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Dr Nishchal Nath Pandey is the Director of the Centre for South Asian Studies(CSAS), a premier think tank of Nepal. Previously, he has served as the Executive Director of the Institute of Foreign Affairs (IFA) under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Dr Pandey was also International Research committee member of the Regional Centre for Strategic Studies (RCSS), Colombo and at present Honourary fellow at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS), New Delhi. Pandey also teaches at the department of conflict, peace and development studies under the Tribhuvan University.

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Nishchal Nath Pandey
Visiting Fellow

Nepali Winter in an Era of Arab SpringIPCS Commentary, No. 3626, 29 May 2012

What can SAARC Offer to Afghanistan?IPCS Commentary, No. 3516, 12 December 2011

Nepal: What Next?IPCS Commentary, No. 3141, 1 June 2010

Nepal: Preventing a Flare-UpIPCS Commentary, No. 3043, 13 January 2010

King as an Emergency Light in NepalIPCS Commentary, No. 940, 3 January 2003

King’s China Visit: A Renewal of TrustIPCS Commentary, No. 827, 15 August 2002

Visit of HM King Gyanendra A New Chapter in Indo-Nepal RelationsIPCS Commentary, No. 797, 15 July 2002

  External Publications

We Are More Divided as a Region Than We Were a 100 Years Ago, The Kathmandupost, 03 October 2016

The Constitution project, The Indian Express, 26 November 2013


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