Historical Analysis of Civil-Military Relations in Nepal

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  • Khadga K.C. Masters` in International Relations and Diplomacy, T.U., Kathmandu

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/tuj.v28i1-2.26234

Keywords:

Civil Military, developing democracies, democratic constitution

Abstract

As like in other developing democracies, it is obvious that there are many CMR problems in Nepal. A lack of national security policies and common national interests, ignorance about security sensitiveness, political instability, parochialism, mistrust, are prominent factors contributing to Nepal’s adverse civil-military relations. However, the military though has already begun to tuning with democratic norms and values should further be engaged in serious organizational reform that includes among others; enhancing professionalism, further accountability, transparency and loyalty of army to the civilian authority follow by earliest promulgation of democratic constitution with the clear provision of democratic control over armed forces.

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Khadga K.C., Masters` in International Relations and Diplomacy, T.U., Kathmandu

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Published

2013-12-02

How to Cite

K.C., K. (2013). Historical Analysis of Civil-Military Relations in Nepal. Tribhuvan University Journal, 28(1-2), 123–140. https://doi.org/10.3126/tuj.v28i1-2.26234

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