Simone Galimberti

Reviewing Nepal’s SPP debacle

There are many ways of describing Paul Kagame—the president of Rwanda, a ruthless autocrat whose

How to create a citizens’ assembly to tackle climate change?

Have you ever heard of the so-called “Democratic Fatigue Syndrome”? In simple terms, it refers

Empowering citizens to fight climate crisis

Global gatherings focused at tackling climate change or biodiversity loss are important. They bring leaders

Climate action governance: How Nepal can make it possible

It is probably the most difficult policy conundrum to crack. Strictly linked, through a perverse

How think tanks and social innovation can help in better policymaking

More and more often, while reading articles on Nepal’s English media, it happens that I

Doing diplomacy differently: Bridging the gap between policies and people

China’s Foreign Minister and State Councilor Wang Yi visited Nepal from March 25 to 27.

Empowering citizens to lead at local levels 

Recently Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba said something very important about grassroots democracy. Speaking at

 Times of non-alignment are over, it is good for Nepal

Nepal did the right thing in voting against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine at the emergency

How youths can do politics differently 

In his recent interview with Nepal Live Today, Sarin Ghimire, a young leader with the

Creating a new narrative to tackle climate change

The World Economic Forum in partnership with the Government of the United Arab Emirates is

Finding a ray of hope in Nepal’s gloomy politics

Scandals after scandals, democracy in Nepal seems to be in a mess. You hardly find

Reshaping education in Nepal

Reshaping education is one of the most important missions for Nepal. It is also the

Why SAARC should act on Afghanistan

“Promote universal respect for and observance and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms for

Setting the reservation debate right

It is interesting to observe how a census can bring together two political rivals who