• Need for emancipating the oblivious land of Afghanistan0

    by Vishakha Singh   30 September 2021 On 15th August 2021 Taliban overthrown the Afghan government, re-establishing their regime after the 1990s soon after the deployment of U.S. forces from Afghanistan. Ironically, the word ‘Taliban’ stands for “students” in the Pashto language. They are the fundamentalist Islamic group that emerged in 1996 around the Afghan city

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  • Pakistan’s Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Technology and Commitment towards Non-Proliferation0

    By Ahyousha Khan  30 September 2021 Nuclear technology is a two edged sword, that present one of the greatest threat to human kinds and at the same time also promises great benefits. Therefore, it is necessary that state’s right to utilize nuclear technology for peaceful purposes be facilitated by the international community. As, peaceful utilization

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  • Brawls in Jackson Heights: A Sad Side of Bangladesh0

      By  Sharif As-Saber   27 September 2021 Recent scene of brawl between two Bangladeshi rival political groups in Jackson Heights, New York The recent brawls between two rival groups of overseas Bangladeshis  at several political gatherings including at Jackson Heights, New York have drawn attention and generated significant debate among politicians, intelligentsia, and ordinary

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  • Bangladesh: Height of Authoritarianism 0

    Authoritarianism is not pretending anymore…its practices and styles basically being smuggled into democratic governments. –Ivan Krastev (Political Scientist)     by Ahmad Shihab   26 September 2021 Bangladesh seems truly a rich and developed country! Its (according to most, unelected and illegal) Prime Minister chartered a Boeing 787 of Biman, Bangladesh’s national airline, for a two-week (Sept

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  • THE TALIBAN; WILL PAKISTAN’S PROXY TURN INTO DR FRANKENSTEIN’S MONSTER0

    by William Milam      26 September 2021 Well, the Taliban have been in charge of Afghanistan for a month now. So far, so good, we hear their supporters intoning. Civil war hasn’t broken out, primarily because there is no credible, unified opposition to pose a military challenge to the new government.  Mass murder hasn’t

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  • Transborder Militancy Between Bangladesh and India: Way Forward for Better Cooperation0

      by Raian Hossain    25 September 2021  On the verge of 50th year of a friendlier diplomatic relationship between Bangladesh and India, it is essential to consider and analyse the issues which hinder peace, stability, and security, such as transborder militancy of both of the countries. Despite of having longstanding amicable bilateral relations, threats such

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  • Book review: The Making of Martyrs in India, Pakistan & Bangladesh: Indira, Bhutto & Mujib0

    The Making of Martyrs in India, Pakistan & Bangladesh: Indira, Bhutto & Mujib, by Faisal Khosa, Bloomsbury Publishing India, New Delhi, 2021, 219 pages, Hardcover, $20.56. ISBN: 978 93 88630 84 9. by Arnold Zeitlin     25 September 2021 Author Faisal Khosa falls far short of the promise of his title, “The Making of Martyrs”. 

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