Bangladesh

June, 2020

  • 13 June

    What is Stoking Nepal-India Tensions?

    A full-blown war remains a distant possibility, because India is in no position in the new strategic realities to assert its military muscles against Nepal.

May, 2020

  • 19 May

    Why India Wants to ‘Impose’ a Military Partnership on Bangladesh?

    India's heavy investment in Bangladesh may be at risk. A wave of anti-India sentiment is sweeping much of the South Asian country over New Delhi's efforts to win concessions that go beyond the normal and in the realms that many Bangladeshis fear, could compromise their national security.

  • 19 May

    Cyclone Amphan Death Toll Reaches 95 in India, Bangladesh

    Amphan has made a landfall, bring along heavy rains and winds unto 100mph. At least seven people are dead.

March, 2020

  • 29 March

    Is it Too Late for Bangladesh to Release its Opposition Leader for Treatment?

    Many in Bangladesh and abroad are questioning the timing the country's authoritarian government chose to release the country's opposition leader Begum Khalida Zia. Is the life of Bangladesh's former prime minister in any danger?

  • 7 March

    South Asia’s Water Challenge – Politicization of Water Resources-II

    Climate change, Asia’s rapid urbanization and population growth rates are placing increased pressure on scarce water resources.

  • 1 March

    Book Review: Blood Over Different Shades of Green

    Revisiting history is often pain-some and requires a clear mind devoid of prejudice, ability to understand both sides of the coin and, above all, a sight that is agenda-less.

December, 2019

  • 18 December

    The Blood and Tears of 1971

    While war and civil war always include violence, the atrocities committed during the nine months in 1971 were neither a decided war strategy nor a one-sided occurrence. It was initiated by the emotional break-down of established psychological and societal limits fired by disparate nationalist theories and feelings.

September, 2019

  • 15 September

    Lebensraum in Reverse – Modi Hitlerian Apprentice

    Germany went to war against the Soviet Union mainly for “Lebensraum” (living room), territory needed for its national development. Modi is creating Lebensraum in reverse, pushing the minority population mainly Muslims, out to create space for the Hindu population. It will be interesting to see how Hasina Wajid deals with this, after all the deportees will have nowhere to go but Bangladesh.

May, 2019

  • 13 May

    Infrastructure and Energy Bind Bangladesh to China

    As China outstrips all other external investors in Bangladesh by a considerable margin, energy and infrastructure projects are tying the South Asian country ever more tightly to China.

January, 2019

  • 14 January

    Trade War Bad news for South Asia

    South Asia runs the grave risk of becoming caught in the US-China turf war and being forced into non-inclusive and unbalanced trade relations.