Decentralization of power and wealth from the center to the periphery is the best arts of democratic good governance. It is equally crucial for mobilizing the people of different social origins and bringing them together in the tasks of nation building on one hand, and transformation on the other.
Dhurba P. Rizal
Dr. Dhurba Rizal is an academic Scholar, Practitioner and Specialist of Public Management, Governance, Security, Development and Conflict. He has had rich and varied experiences in the research, consultancy, training and teaching. He had held academic assignments in important institutions of various countries like the USA, Japan, South Korea, Denmark, Netherlands, Nepal and the United Nations University in the capacity of Professor, Lecturer and Research Fellow. Presently he is a Visiting Professor to the universities in the USA, Europe, Southeast and South Asia. He has worked as International Consultant of the UNDESA on Governance in Conflict and Post Conflict countries. He has to his credit several books and research articles. He is the author of South Asia and Beyond: Discourses on Emerging Security Challenges and Concerns, Contemporary Governance Challenges and The United Nations Peace Building in Conflict and Post Conflict Countries, Administrative System in Bhutan: Retrospect and Prospect, Bhutan: Decentralization and Good Governance, Project Management, Human Resource Management, Organization and Management and co-author of Understanding Development, Conflict and Violence: The Cases of Bhutan, Nepal, Northeast India and Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. He has contributed a number of papers and articles to national and international journals and other quality publications. His recent journal articles published includes “The Unknown Refugee Crisis: Expulsion of the Ethnic Lhotsampas from Bhutan”, “Faltering Footprints of Security in South Asia”, “Multilateral Security Cooperation in South Asia” and Mapping Security and Search of Alternative Regionalism in South Asia. “Semi-Authoritarianism Democracy’s Doubles in Bhutan” is his forthcoming journal article.