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Bangladesh Should Persist in Implementing the Teesta Project Amidst Geopolitical Concerns

Transboundary water disputes are nothing new in world politics. For hundreds of years, they have been recurring between or among the states all across...

China Shaken by Protests Over Its Zero Covid Policy

It was a tiny incident, not captured by TV cameras, nor did it make headlines across the world. But it suggested a seismic shift...

Strengthening EU-Bangladesh Relations Through EU-Bangladesh First Political Dialogue

Since the earliest interactions between European institutions and the newly independent nation in 1973, relations between the EU and Bangladesh have been improving for...

Unravelling the Explosion in Istanbul: Result of PKK’s Terrorism or Erdogan’s Populism?

On Nov. 13, an explosion was heard at the busy Istiklal Avenue in Taksim, Istanbul. Internet disruptions across Turkiye with restrictions on multiple social...

Joe Biden Must Use Cambodia Visit to Demand Release of US Citizen Theary Seng

Theary Seng is a dual citizen of the United States and Cambodia, a qualified lawyer imprisoned and on hunger strike in a Cambodian jail...

In Pursuit of Political Kintsugi

America is politically polarized, but polarization isn't inherently evil. After all, in a democratic system, it's imperative to have competitive ideologies and clearly drawn-out...

Critiquing the Pocketbook Criticism Ahead of Midterm Elections?

The US lawmakers are busy kitbitzing on varied matters of national interest as America heads into midterms on Nov. 8. Economic policies remain the...

Hermeneutics of the Mullah Ideology

Mullahs come in different shapes and sizes and not all of them are bearded but nowhere in the recent past have they been as...

The Limits of Cutting Hair: How the West Fails Iranian Protestors

After the death of Mahsa Amini, Iran is witnessing (yet another) massive mobilization of citizens frustrated with their (so-called) Islamic government, reeling due to...

A South-Asian Descent Takes the Helm of Power in Britain: Why Does India Celebrate?

Rishi Sunak became Britain’s third prime minister and the first person of color to lead the former imperial power, vowing to overcome the political...

The Sea-watch 3 Crisis: To What Extent Did the Italian Government Undermine International Law?

The former captain of the migrant rescue vessel ‘Sea-Watch 3’, Carola Rackete, has recently been cleared of all charges regarding the 2019 dispute over...

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Bangladesh Should Persist in Implementing the Teesta Project Amidst Geopolitical Concerns

Transboundary water disputes are nothing new in world politics....

China Shaken by Protests Over Its Zero Covid Policy

It was a tiny incident, not captured by TV...

Strengthening EU-Bangladesh Relations Through EU-Bangladesh First Political Dialogue

Since the earliest interactions between European institutions and the...

Biden-Xi Meeting and Key Takeaways

The recent meeting between Biden and Xi on the...

The Misconstrued Economic Plight of Pakistan

The last few months have been quite a rigmarole...