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    Foreign Policy

    The Hasina Doctrine

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    Bangladesh is a young country that has been in existence for only half a century. Steadily but firmly the country has defined its character...

    Bangladesh in climate justice

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    Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable states to climate change. It faces severe adverse weather conditions such as catastrophic cyclones, flash floods, increased...

    The Commonwealth and Dhaka

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    The Commonwealth is an association of 56 member countries, most of which are former territories of the British Empire. It is an intriguing paradox...

    Vienna conventions in Bangladesh

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    To be able to analyse the international diplomatic relations of today, one needs to revisit the Cold War era of the 1960s. The Vienna...

    Pathways to global recognition of the Bangladesh genocide

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    In 1948, the newly formed intergovernmental United Nations (UN) declared genocide as a crime under international law. Since then, the UN has considered genocide...

    Mapping the maritime role of Bangladesh

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    For centuries, the sea, or ‘maritime space,’ has been used as a site for cultural and religious exchange. The seas have been platforms for...

    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...

    Hope and history – rethinking the Rohingya response

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    Bangladesh has been generously hosting Rohingya refugees from Myanmar for decades, with more than 740,000 people fleeing Myanmar since August 2017. This exodus was...

    The women, peace and security agenda in contemporary Bangladesh

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    Many countries are witnessing political turmoil, which has led to situations of conflict that are endangering peace and security both domestically and across regions....

    Bangladesh and 50 years of international law

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    In 1971, when Bangladesh won its war of liberation, the fledgling state’s key foreign policy aim was to obtain legal recognition under international law....