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    Development

    New visions for ethnic minorities in Bangladesh

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    Let’s first unpack the notion of ‘ethnic’ in ethnic minorities. The term derives from the Greek word ethnos. The ancient Greeks generally used genos...

    Getting all Bangladeshis to wear masks

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    The case for universal mask use to slow the spread of covid-19 is disarmingly simple: people with respiratory illnesses must wear masks to avoid...

    Reconfiguring the energy progress of Bangladesh

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    At the wake of Bangladesh’s independence in 1971, its people endured two disasters just four months apart: one man-made and the other natural. The...

    Redefining competition for Bangladeshi small businesses

    Bangladesh has been heralded as a model of economic development and poverty reduction. The driving force has been the concerted effort between its government...

    Local innovations to restore the primacy of Bangladeshi waterways

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    Many noteworthy civilisations through the pages of history have used waterways as the lifeline to prosperity. Both the broader Bengal region and subsequently Bangladesh...

    Tech-targeting for social security in Bangladesh

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    Before the covid-19 pandemic hit in 2020, Bangladesh’s poverty rate was 20.5% and its extreme poverty rate was 10.5%. The country was one of...

    The tiger and the dragon

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    ‘A rising tide raises all boats.’ Former US President John F. Kennedy often used this phrase during the Cold War era to promote free...

    Diagnosing Bangladesh’s energy sector

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    The energy sector is a crucial pillar of any country’s economic growth. It powers industries, lights households and fuels mobility. Bangladesh’s economy has expanded...

    Insights into the rural non-farm sector of Bangladesh

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    Traditionally, the rural non-farm (RNF) sector in Bangladesh consisted of an assortment of rural households dependent on a variety of livelihoods: artisans, barbers, petty...

    On behalf of rights and political cohesion in a ‘newly’ liberated Bangladesh

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    In this era of covid-19, it is proving difficult to make sensible predictions of the future trajectory of events and trends in Bangladesh, as...