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The US Hegemony in A New Multipolar World

Is the US declining as a hegemon, and will the Russian-Ukrainian war lead the world to a new world order? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_O0KGFR6IjA Question:  “Is the US declining as a hegemon, and will the Russian-Ukrainian war lead the world to a new world order?”    Prof. Shahab Enam Khan: “It is not about declining hegemons; rather, it …

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Rethinking Health Security in South Asia: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic

Badirujjaman Rethinking the health security in South Asia: Lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic   The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting the lives of millions globally, and South Asian people are one of them. In South Asia, cases are rising, doubling almost every week. Many policies, tough or soft, have been taken by the countries of South …

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Botswana-China Bilateral Relations: An Overview

Lamia AFrin Botswana-China Bilateral Relations: An Overview Africa’s most vibrant economies include Botswana. People from Europe and India had important positions within Botswana’s economy for a sizable amount of time. Botswana was extremely dependent on wholesalers and transporters from Europe and India due to its inexperience and lack of finance. Numerous South African investments continue …

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Bangladeshi Migrant Workers’ Rights within Bangladesh’s Foreign Policy Context

Lamia afrin Bangladeshi Migrant Workers’ Rights within Bangladesh’s Foreign Policy Context In the era of globalization, the number of migrant workers is increasing day by day. Bangladeshi migrant workers are migrating mainly to the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Europe, and North America. Migrant workers and human rights are inextricably linked. Because migrant workers are human …

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Evolution of the foreign policy of Bangladesh: Challenges and Opportunities

Badirujjaman Evolution of the foreign policy of Bangladesh   Introduction Today’s world is an interconnected world. Here is the basic idea of internationalism: the states conduct their external relations on political objectives or national interests. And acquiring such objectives states require to formulate some national policies—foreign policies. Here, foreign policy refers to a state’s external policies.  …

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The Pacific Island of Micro-States: An overview

The Pacific Island of Micro-States: An overview Badirujjaman The Pacific Island of Micro-States: An overview The Pacific realm is home to many islands and islands groups, of which New Guinea is the largest both by size and population. Though the majority of island countries in the Pacific region gained independence, some remain under the control of …

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Evolution of Bengali Nationalism in Bangladesh: A Historical Analysis

Tanzeem Hossain Asif East Pakistani People Protest against Muhammad Ali Zinnah’s Declaration of Installing Urdu as the Single Official Language of Pakistan. Evolution of Bengali Nationalism in Bangladesh: A Historical Analysis The concept of nationalism is quite novel compared to other elements of international relations. But nationalism has been the driver for the biggest change in the history …

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South Asian Regional Integration and SAARC: Roles and Challenges for Bangladesh

Badirujjaman South Asian Regional Integration and SAARC: Roles and Challenges for Bangladesh Regional integration is initiated when neighboring countries identify some areas where they can cooperate with one another, and these areas refer to regional public goods such as energy, infrastructure, and the environment; regional traditional and non-traditional security threats such as territorial overtaking, the …

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Israel: The New Equation of the Middle East​

August 07, 2023 Badirujjaman Israel: The New Equation of the Middle East Introduction:  One of the most important events in modern Middle Eastern history is the establishment of Israel and its consequences for Arab-Israeli conflicts.  “The promised land” remains the validity point for Israel’s every dehumanization and destruction of human security in the region, and …

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Sino-India rivalry & Future of South Asian Geopolitics

July 28, 2023 Jannat Sultana Sino-India border rivalry & Future of South Asian Geopolitics Introduction: India & China are neighboring countries in Asia. Both of the countries have the largest population & military forces in the world. They also have nuclear weapons. India & China have one of the world’s longest disputed borders & areas which …

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The Manipuris of Bangladesh: A Comparative Study of Popular Perceptions of Ethno-national Identity

August 02, 2023 The Manipuris of Bangladesh: A Comparative Study of Popular Perceptions of Ethno-national Identity Israt Jahan Akhi Introduction Ethnicity is comparatively a new term in English. Ethnic identity plays crucial role to understand the tendency of the formation of national identity of a particular group of people. A country can be consisted of …

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United States vs. China: Who will win the battle for hegemonic position?

July 23, 2023 Md. Toufik Ahmed United States vs. China: Who will win the battle for hegemonic position?   In recent years, one belt, one road, the South China Sea issue, the US-China trade war, the Wuhan lab leak conspiracy, the Taiwan issue, etc., have been the bones of contention between the two major powers …

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Impact of climate change on human health

July 23, 2023 Shamorita Barua Climate change is humanity’s most serious health crisis The effects of climate change extend to all facets of our existence, including our health. From inflammation caused by wildfire smoke to the migration of disease-carrying vectors into new regions, the hazards associated with a changing climate will persist. As a resident …

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Regional Integration and Economic Development in South Asia: Opportunities and Challenges​

Badirujjaman July 18, 2023 Regional Integration and Economic Development in South Asia: Opportunities and Challenges Introduction:  Regional integration is commenced when neighboring countries identify some areas where they co-operate with one another, and this areas referring regional public goods such as energy, infrastructure, and the environment; regional traditional and non-traditional security threats such as territorial …

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Politico-Military History of Bangladesh Liberation War Strategy ​

Lamia Afrin July 21, 2023 Politico-Military History of Bangladesh Liberation War Strategy  Introduction:            Strategic history is the history that helps us to understand concerning the full and proper meaning of the concept of strategy. It is the history of the influence of the use, and threat of use, of politically …

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Communal Fake news during Covid-19: Indian Perspective

Prithula Prosun Puja July 14, 2023 Communal Fake News in South Asia During COVID-19: Indian Case Study The age of digital communication has gifted us an upsurge of social networking which implies some special drawbacks on public communications. Due to rapid propagation of digital contents on social sites, misinformation, or rumor are chasing weal or …

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RELOCATION Of ROHINGYA PEOPLE IN BHASAN CHAR: ‘NEW HOME’ OR ‘CONCENTRATION’

Zakia Ahsan July 16, 2023 RELOCATION OF ROHINGYA PEOPLE IN BHASAN CHAR: ‘NEW HOME’ OR ‘CONCENTRATION’ From current view of international politics after the Syria crisis, one of the most concerning issues is the Rohingya crisis. This crisis is considered the world’s greatest humanitarian crisis. It was started in August 2017.  Thousands of families fled …

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