• Searching for a Potemkin Village Opposition0

    by William Milam April 9, 2021   “Potemkin village” is actually a term that originated in politics, and thus, for this article, a very appropriate term to describe one interesting recent, possibly rhetorical, sidestep in the authoritarian march of Sheikh Hasina and the Awami League government she runs. According to Wikipedia, a Potemkin Village is “any

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  • HYPERSONICS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD0

    “History shows that stopping an arms race is much harder than igniting one” Jeffrey Smith by Rabia Javed    12 April 2021 From the last few years, leading global nuclear powers have been involved in a race to develop hypersonic weapons. The United States, Russia, and China have up till now developed hypersonic weapons systems comprised

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  • A look at East Kolkata Wetland through series of Satellite imagery0

      by Subrajoti Paul    12 April 2021 According to you what is the most important component that makes up the environment? Trees, forest, rivers, watershed, etc? surprisingly it’s the most neglected of them all, Wetlands. Wetlands delivers more amount of ecosystem services than even rain forest and they are present in every part of

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  • Human rights Violations, bellicosity and conflicts in a war torn country; Afghanistan0

      by Dr. Sharafudin Azimi    11 April 2021 Afghanistan; a country that is prone to forty years-long war that takes away an averagely of tens of lives daily. The rise of psychological disorders has been one of the recently focused elements; a report shows that one in two Afghans go through stress situations due to

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  • VOCAL FOR LOCAL: THROUGH THE LENS OF GLOBALIZATION0

    by Utsa Sarkar     11 April 2021 The definition of “globalization” has remains an important aspect for consideration in the era of 21st century amongst academic scholars or in the realm of political discourse. It remains a contested terminology in the political, economic global political order circumscribing various movements and world’s leaders’ views. Amidst the ongoing

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  • Macro-economic Stability of PTI government of Pakistan: The role of IMF0

    by  Muhammad Kamil       7 April 2021 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 190 countries. The IMF’s key functions are the surveillance of the international monetary system and the monitoring of members’ economic and financial policies, the provision of Fund resources to member countries in need, and the delivery of technical

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  • Bombay Begums: Desiring Neoliberalism0

      by Tannishtha Samanta    7 April 2021 Alankrita Shrivastava’s Bombay Begums depicts women’s professional success’s struggles and fragility in a context where gender scripts remain immutable. And despite its formulaic writing and uneven performances, the film’s celebration of the female desire and experimentation with sexuality is noteworthy. Unhindered by India’s morally diffident sexual culture,

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