Md. Khalequzzaman

Geologically justified maritime boundary

July 21, 2014
Geologically justified maritime boundary

The UN’s Permanent Court of Arbitration (UN PCA) based in Hague, the Netherlands, recently delivered its judgment on delimitation of maritime boundary between India and Bangladesh. Read more »

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M A Taslim

Overseas employment: Domestic linkages

July 20, 2014
Overseas employment: Domestic linkages

Temporary movement of labour abroad for employment is a relatively new phenomenon in Bangladesh. It started a few years after the emergence of Bangladesh as an independent country on a modest scale. Read more »

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Ian Bremmer

What MH17 means for Russia-Ukraine

July 19, 2014
What MH17 means for Russia-Ukraine

In the wake of a surface-to-air missile taking down a Malaysian airliner over Eastern Ukraine, everyone is pointing fingers. Read more »

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Subir Bhaumik

The Agartala doctrine

July 19, 2014
The Agartala doctrine

In recent years, states in India have increasingly asserted themselves in the conduct of national foreign policy. The emergence of the politics of coalitions Read more »

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Jyoti Omi Chowdhury

Road to perdition: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict

July 17, 2014
Road to perdition: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict

War and religion have always had an intricate and complicated relationship: war has historically been an instrument to progress ideology Read more »

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Nazrul Islam

Soccer crusade

July 16, 2014
Soccer crusade

FIFA World Cup 2014 is now over. Just like any other competitions, winners leave the field (or Television/Computer/Laptop) chanting with smiling faces Read more »

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Dhiraj Kumar Nath

Lessons learnt from WC 2014

July 15, 2014
Lessons learnt from WC 2014

The greatest sporting event, the FIFA World Cup 2014 ends with the victory of Germany as World Cup winner for the fourth time Read more »

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Samia R. Karim

Hail football, hail the fans!

July 14, 2014
Hail football, hail the fans!

“Now that it’s done, I am glad it’s over.”

The World Cup is done and the madness is over for the next four years as Bangladesh went through two painful defeats Read more »

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Saeed Naqvi

Caliphate opposed to Shia apostasy and, eventually to Sunni monarchies

July 13, 2014
Caliphate opposed to Shia apostasy and, eventually to Sunni monarchies

The expanding Shia-Sunni conflict in the Muslim world is exposing vast gaps in popular understanding of the schism.

For example when Zine El Abedine Ben Ali, the Tunisian strongman was ousted, people thought a Shia dictator had fallen Read more »

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