GufGaaf with Sujeev Shakya (Analyst / Author) | nepali podcast | deepesh shrestha
Thought Leader, Sujeev Shakya is a powerhouse of innovation in business growth and economic development. He is the founder CEO of beed, an international management consulting and advisory firm and is currently working in Bhutan, Cambodia, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Rwanda. He has a long list of credentials that credit him as one of the top business thinkers of today’s time including consistently ranked top as Top 100 think tanks in the Asia Pacific by Global Go To Think Tank Index Report and has also earned the title of Nepal’s CEO, ‘chief eternal optimist’, for the optimism he projected in his book, Unleashing Nepal – Past, Present and Future of the Economy (Penguin 2010). His book Unleashing The Vajra – Nepal’s Journey Between India and China (Penguin 2020) was released in January 2020. In Nepali, he wrote Arthat Arthatantra – It’s the Economy (Nepalaya 2018). He wrote a popular column ‘Arthabeed’ in the English weekly Nepali Times from 2000 – 2011. He is currently a columnist with Nepal’s English Leading Daily – The Kathmandu Post and Nepali Daily – Kantipur.live at https://www.facebook.com/thedeepeshshowhttps://www.youtube.com/thedeepeshshowhttp://www.twitter.com/thedeepeshshowPodcasts
Nepal: Unleashing the Vajra Sujeev Shakya and Navtej Sarna in conversation
JLF Brave New World
Nepal and India are bound together by history and culture but recent developments have caused friction between the two neighbours. On #JLFBraveNewWorld, author and thought leader Sujeev Shakya alongside writer and diplomat Navtej Sarna discuss the economic and geopolitical realities of the region and the need to reinforce ties in these fraught times.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Belt, Road and Beyond: Bruno Maçães, Manoj Joshi, Shyam Saran in conversation with Sujeev Shakya
A live session from #JaipurLitFest2020. China’s mammoth Belt and Road initiative, straddling almost 70 countries, is an infrastructure project of staggering complexity. Alongside writers and diplomats Manoj Joshi, Shyam Saran, Sujeev Shakya and Bruno Maçães, a Portugese politician, former Minister of European Affairs and author of Belt and Road: A Chinese World Order, discusses its ambitions and implications as it tracks new trade and energy routes, with particular emphasis on its feasibility and implications in India and South Asia.