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    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...

    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...

    A data-driven health sector for Bangladesh

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    In an emerging economy, the increasing demand for medical services means innovation has to align with living standards and affordability. Bangladesh’s policy agenda follows...

    Making ‘green finance’ bottom-up in Bangladesh

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    The world is experiencing the ‘heat’ of climate change. And Bangladesh is at the frontline. According to the World Bank in 2022, Bangladesh could...

    Smart Bangladesh is prosperous, equitable and caring

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    ‘Only those who can see the invisible can do the impossible.’ This quote has been attributed to a number of people, including Albert Einstein,...

    Preventing wildlife crime in Bangladesh

    Wildlife trafficking has been a long-standing issue for Bangladesh. Yet it is a crime no one is talking about. The crimes range from Bangladeshi...

    Bangladesh’s hydrogen moment

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    Somewhere between 2021 and 2022, the energy world changed. It had a new intrusion: hydrogen. But the concept of hydrogen as a fuel source...

    Bangladesh has led the world in social development. Now it’s time to lead in...

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    Bangladesh is the home to extraordinary progress in many areas of social development. Not only has this progress benefited people and communities but also...

    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...

    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...