What are we?

A a platform that provides an opportunity for young International law and Relations enthusiasts where they can discuss, deliberate, debate, and find solutions for issues collectively and learn from internationally recognized faculties.

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What are we?

What We Expect?

The major objective of this program is to provide a meaningful platform for students, to make themselves genuinely qualified to represent themselves in National, Regional and International programs and to develop interest to represent their country in the days to come.

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What We Expect?

Our Vision

Kathmandu Dialogue encompasses maximum interactive sessions and provides students an opportunity to bond and truly engage in the issues provided. The Dialogue is, thus aimed towards nurturing a feeling of mutual cooperation among the students of diverse culture, background, streams and nation.

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What You’ll Experience?

Session Highlights

  • Is this an Asian century?
  • Nexus of international politics and economics
  • Asian philosophy and logic
  • Tackling climate change in Asia
  • Politics and language
  • Social media
  • Can there be an Asian model of governance?
  • Is international law international?
  • Regional organisations and mechanisms
  • China vis-a-vis India – regional and global dialogue
  • Asia and the belt and road initiative
  • Assistance or interference with reference to ‘foreign aid’
  • Religion in Asia
  • Terrorism in Asia: Cause | Origin | Solution