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Israel-Palestine Conflict Divides Liberal International Order

Israel- Palestine Conflict and Divided World Liberal Order Question: “How Israel-Palestine Conflict has challenged the liberal International Order?” Md. Rashidul Islam Rusel [1]: “The world is clearly divided, and the order has been challenged. It appears that the world is deeply divided over Palestine. The countries in the north that also claim to be liberal …

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Democratic versus Authoritarian structure of Foreign Policy Decision Making: A Comparative Analysis

Badirujjaman Democratic versus Authoritarian structure of Foreign Policy Decision Making: which one is better and effective? Introduction Generally, foreign policy refers to some artificial policies prescribed over the concerns or interests of the states. Foreign policy analysis is the study of these policies. It helps us to understand and examine the various reasons why policies are …

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Chinese “One Country, Two State Systems” Policy: An Overview

One Country, two state systems Policy: Hong Kong-China Ties Explained Chinese President Xi Jinping and Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam exchange handshakes. Badirujjaman “One country, two state systems” policy is one of the recently developed concepts of administration. The concept “One Country, Two Systems,” also called the scientific method of administration according to Chinese …

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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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The scope of international armed conflicts (IACs) and non-international armed conflicts (NIACs)

Badirujjaman The scope of international armed conflicts (IACs) and non-international armed conflicts (NIACs) Introduction: The legal framework that regulates the conduct of war or armed conflicts is termed International Humanitarian Laws (IHLs). These laws are basically concerned with two sorts of armed conflicts:  1. international armed conflicts (IACs), which occur when more than one state …

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Natural Disasters: Types, Causes and Consequences

Umme Kulsum Eti Natural Disasters: Types, Causes and Consequences Natural disaster is an unforeseen occurrence of an event that causes harm to society. There are many natural disasters that damage the environment and the people living in it. Spatial extent measures the degree or severity of the disaster. Disaster causes great suffering for the people during the disaster …

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Biography of Ernesto Che Guevara

kaniz Fatima Kanon Ernesto Che Guevara : Biography Abstract Many have read the biography of the revolutionary Che. How this brave young Argentine physician became involved in the Cuban Revolution,  how he dreamed of spreading the world revolution is not unknown to anyone.  In this era, if you go around the internet for a while, you will …

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Theory of Surplus Value by Karl Marx: An Introduction

Tania Khatun INTRODUCTION: Surplus Value is the social product which is over and above what is required for the producers to live. The measure of labor is labor time, so surplus value is the accumulated product of the unpaid labor time of the producers.   The theory of surplus value was proposed by German philosopher and economist Karl Marx. It is a …

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Drug Trafficking: A Non-Traditional Security Threat for Latin America  

DRUG TRAFFICKING: A NON-TRADITIONAL SECURITY THREAT FOR LATIN AMERICA ​ Badirujjaman Drug trafficking has been counted as an international illegal action or international crime against global human security.  Here, trafficking refers to any movement or reproduction of drugs that are declared banned at both the domestic and international levels. And interestingly, this drug trafficking has some …

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The League of Nations: Origin, Aspirations, and Failure

Badirujjaman The League of Nations: Origin, Aspirations, and Failure Wars, battles, or conflicts, whatever we call them, are an inevitable part of civilization’s journey, from ancient city states to modern sovereign states. They have always been devastating, sometimes necessary, and often misfortunate. In order to avoid such crises, states often initiate diplomatic measures, treaties, and …

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International Humanitarian Laws and The Law of International Armed Conflicts

BADIRUJJAMAN International Humanitarian Laws and the Law of International Armed Conflicts Like international law, international humanitarian laws (IHLs) are also a comprehensive field of study because they consist of many conventions and customary laws. Basically, IHLs refer to the laws of war or the laws of conducting forces.  IHLs apply only during armed conflicts (both …

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Understanding the American Nation: Unraveling the concepts of Renan, Stalin and Connor

Fairoz Maliha Afra Understanding the American Nation: unraveling the concepts of Renan, Stalin and Connor For millions of individuals around the world, the United States of America has been a country for the fulfillment of their dreams. The nation is so full of promise and opportunities for everyone, which only serves to increase its allure. Maybe, …

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Environmental Impact Assessment in the perspective of China

July 25, 2023 Ayesha Akther Eti Environmental Impact Assessment: From the perspective of China Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) refers to the process of identifying, predicting, evaluating, and mitigating the environmental, biophysical, social, and other relevant effects of development proposals or projects prior to major decisions taken and commitments made (IAIA and IEA, 1999). EIA was …

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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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Green Peace and Climate Change: Bangladesh Case Study​

Miss Mitu Mony July 18, 2023 Green Peace and Climate Change: Bangladesh Case Study Green Peace, leading the Global Charge for Environmental Conservation for 51 years. Since its founding, Green Peace has risen to every challenge, obstruction, and crisis with tenacity and the conviction that we are shaping a safer, greener, and more just future.  …

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Blue Economy in Marine Affairs: An Introduction

Badirujjaman July 16, 2023 Blue Economy in Marine Affairs: An Introduction Whenever we encounter ‘Blue Economy’ as a concept, we generally assume that the concept is all about the inclusion of a state to global economy or world market through using sea routes, which ultimately will thrive state’s economic possession.  But in reality the concept …

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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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