Md. Obaidullah

The author is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Advanced Social Research, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

From Historical Bonds to Modern Alliances: Decoding China’s Relations with Afghanistan

Throughout history, Afghanistan and China have maintained a friendly relationship, with their ties dating back to the Han dynasty. Their trade relations, initially established...

IMEC: India and US-led Counter Initiative to BRI

The India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC) was inaugurated on Sept. 10, 2023, in conjunction with the 2023 G20 summit held in New Delhi. This...

Why Is the French President Visiting Bangladesh?

French President Emmanuel Macron will visit Dhaka on Sept. 10, following his attendance at the G20 summit in New Delhi. This visit will be...

Chinese Surveillance Balloon: Implications for US-China Relations

A giant size balloon was flying in the sky. It is an incident from a few days ago. The fact remains that the balloon...

Why Is Japan Boosting Its Military Capabilities?

The second Sino-Japanese war lasted from 1937 until 1945 and was a protracted conflict between China and Japan. When Japan was finally defeated in...

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