Higher Defense Organization in Nepal

Authors

  • Suresh Sharma alumnus of DKI APCSS and NESA (USA), George C. Marshal European Center for Security Studies (Germany), and has fellowship of National Defense University (China)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/ajia.v1i1.44761

Keywords:

HDO, National Security, National Security Council, National Interest

Abstract

An efficient Higher Defense Organization (HDO) is mandatory for any nation to match their national security objectives based on their geostrategic environment, challenges, and historical experiences. The components of HDO need efficiency, synergy, and decision-making ability to complement national interests. Nepal is experiencing diverse national security challenges of the millennia. In Nepal’s context, there is a requirement to revisit higher defense management components and enhance their capability so we guarantee their high-quality interface with elements of national power to effectively secure national interest. In the article, the HDO will be studied to identify our weaknesses to draw a framework of understanding.

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Author Biography

Suresh Sharma, alumnus of DKI APCSS and NESA (USA), George C. Marshal European Center for Security Studies (Germany), and has fellowship of National Defense University (China)

Brig Gen (Retd) Suresh Sharma writes on strategic issues after having spent more than 32 years of active military service at national and international level. He is an alumnus of DKI APCSS and NESA (USA), George C. Marshal European Center for Security Studies (Germany), and has fellowship of National Defense University (China).

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Published

2021-12-31

How to Cite

Sharma, S. (2021). Higher Defense Organization in Nepal. Asian Journal of International Affairs, 1(1), 153–163. https://doi.org/10.3126/ajia.v1i1.44761

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Research Articles