MD Mufassir Rashid

The author is an independent Researcher and Analyst on Political Economy. He has completed his B.S.S. in International Relations from University of Dhaka. He has also completed his M.S.S. from same department. MD Mufassir is an occasional contributor to The Diplomat, Asia Times, Modern Diplomacy and Eurasia Review. 

The US Indo-Pacific Strategy and China’s Response: South Asia Caught in Between?

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The Rohingya Plight Amid the Ukraine Crisis: Out of Sight, Out of Mind?

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Balancing Quad-China: Why Bandwagoning and Hedging are Unviable for Bangladesh

As both bandwagoning and strategic hedging are not viable, the only option left for Bangladesh is striking balance between superpowers.

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