About Nepal Institute for Strategic Studies

NISS is an independent, apolitical, non-profit and nonpartisan national organization which provides a common forum for individuals and organizations from the government, political parties, security sector institutions and civil society and other stake holders to hold discussion on issues of PSDD. Through research studies, interactions, debates and training and knowledge sharing NISS aims to support the government, parliamentarians, security institutions, and stakeholders by producing strategic level papers and policy recommendations in areas of PSDD and advocate the same at the national, regional and international level. The institute coordinates intellectual leadership

“ Expand the institution’s network within and beyond the nation. ”

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Apr 1 2018

Witnessing Palace, Power and Politics

Former Military Secretary Lt Gen Vivek Kumar Shah with his thirty years of service in the Royal Palace has published book titled ‘Witnessing Palace, Power and Politics’This book is an

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Mar 7 2018

Interaction Program on OBOR & Nepal’s Development Prospects 2018

An Interaction Program on “OBOR & Nepal’s Development Prospects” was organised by Nepal Institute for Strategic Studies ( NISS ) on 07th March 2018 at Hotel Shangri La

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Dec 1, 2018

America Is Safe Only When Europe Is United And Safe

In the history of humanitarian aid, Hoover created a new history as he had brilliantly managed the state resources with the help of some highly motivated and publicly

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Nov 19, 2018

Remember the heroes

Brave heroes of Nepals hills have been engaged in fierce battles sinceFirstWorld War but they are often ignored

On November 11, First World War centenary ceremony was organized in Paris with

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Oct 9, 2018

Hoover, Truman, Trump And Cross Atlantic Relations

How Hoover and Truman made America First by Helping European Countries become Europe First

In his speech during the 73rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly, US President Donald Trump,

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