Balance in a turbulent world

April 16, 2019 01:25 am

The Trump administration in the US has come up with the Indo-Pacific doctrine which in many ways is a restatement of Barak Obama’s pivot to Asia, known as the rebalance doctrine. Both doctrines are of the same origin and carry a shadow of the famous Thucydides trap that was popularized by Harvard Professor Graham Allison in the 1990s.

WASHINGTON DC, June 7: The world renowned Harvard University is set to become a partner for maximum use of Nepal's statistics and verification instrument for policy making.

KATHMANDU, March 23: A four-day workshop entitled Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD), a policy research and implementation initiative of Harvard Kennedy School is underway in the capital. The workshop kicked off on Monday and will conclude on Thursday.

Kathmandu, Aug 1: Bisundev Mahato, a native of Lahan, Nepal and a Harvard Anesthesiologist, Sadeq A Quraishi teamed up and developed a concept and design for improving ICU mortality prediction on the basis of a research conducted at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) patients.

Bisundev Mahato, a native of Lahan, Nepal and a Harvard Anesthesiologist, Sadeq A Quraishi teamed up and developed a concept and design for a study to be based on Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) patients.