Habibullah Karim argues that Bangladesh and India could play positive roles in addressing humanitarian needs of Rohingya people.
Rene Wadlow argues that as the world attention has focused on the conditions in the besieged cities of Aleppo and Mosul in Syria and Iraq, there are propositions for humanitarian corridors which could be facilitated by Non-governmental organizations.
Shahariar Sadat explores the reasons for radicalization and violent extremism among Bangladeshi youth and opines for a youth centric Counter Violent Extremism (CVE) narrative.
Deepanshu Kabdola offers a comprehensive analysis of Indo-China trade and its multifaceted manifestation and implication.
Sam Jahan, an AFP journalist shares his experience of a heartbreaking story of a Rohingya infant while covering the persecuted migrants’ exodus from Myanmar to Bangladesh
The rise of right-wing political populism and rhetoric: is the fear of liberal progress rational or irrational?
Samuel Glen argues that left-wing pundits often characterises the rise of right-wing populist parties as irrational. Typically, this is because conservatives do not subscribe to the same worldview as liberals but that is not irrational. The support for parties or movements like Trump’s are rational responses to changing conditions, and it is these movements which will provide the ultimate test for liberalism itself.