Dr. Khadga K.C. is Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of Masters in International Relations and Diplomacy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tribhuvan University. He did Masters` and PhD from the Nagasaki University, Japan 2009. His PhD Dissertations was on, "Foreign Aid and Democratization in Nepal". His postdoctoral research was also on International Role in Democratization in Nepal. Dr. K.C. is a visiting SUSI short term scholar at US Foreign Policy at the University of Florida, Harvard, The Chicago University and the MIT. He was also Japan Foundation Fellow at Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University, Japan (May, 2012- March 2013). His areas of interests are modernization and democratic theories, democratization, security discourses, foreign policy, international relations, global governance, Japanese affairs among others.