Daily Archives: November 19, 2012

Solving Maritime Disputes: The Bangladesh-Myanmar Way

SOLVING THE MARITIME DISPUTES: THE BANGLADESH – MAYANMAR WAY By Sam Bateman The maritime boundary dispute between Bangladesh and Myanmar has been resolved peacefully by international arbitration. However this is not necessarily a precedent for other disputes in the region … Continue reading

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Declaration of Independence: Settling the dispute

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE: SETTLING THE DISPUTE By Dr. Rashid Askari The history of our Liberation War has undergone huge distortion at the hands of vested quarters and political governments. The politically partisan intellectuals held repeated post-mortems of history to use … Continue reading

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THE LIBERATION WAR IS NOT OVER

THE LIBERATION WAR IS NOT OVER By SERAJUL ISLAM CHOWDHURY  Social inequalities and exploitation that existed in colonial times, persist down till today. Only a dedicated patriotic political force can bring about the social transformation required for true liberation. There … Continue reading

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Bangladesh : Development, dreams and demographic dividends

BANGLADESH: Development, Dreams and Demographic dividends By Zahirul Alam A World Bank report predicted that by 2025, six major emerging economies – – Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, South Korea, and Russia — will account for more than half of all … Continue reading

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Bangladesh foreign policy Achievements, challenge and way forward

BANGLADESH FOREIGN POLICY ACHIEVEMENTS, CHALLENGE AND WAY FORWARD By Ambassador S.M. RASHED AHMED The twin objectives of Bangladesh Foreign Policy are geared towards achieving security and development. The objectives are generally common to the foreign policy of independent nations to … Continue reading

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40 years of Bangladesh Foreign Policy: Successes, Misjudgments and Challenges

40 YEARS OF BANGLADESH FOREIGN POLICY: SUCCESSES, MISJUDGEMENTS & CHALLENGES By BARRISTER HARUN UR RASHID  This year, we observe 40 years of our independence and it is appropriate to look briefly into the foreign policy of Bangladesh. Foreign policy is … Continue reading

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World Bank president warns economic crisis poses “human calamity”

World Bank president warns economic crisis poses “human calamity” By Andre Damon The head of the World Bank warned over the weekend that the deepening global economic crisis threatens to unleash “a human and developmental calamity.” World Bank President Robert Zoelick … Continue reading

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Israel´s Attack on Gaza – All Options are on the Table – but what Options ?

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Who’s the terrorist ?

Every death that takes place in Gaza is not just the loss of a human life but a gradual demise of collective conscience which is so agonizingly silent towards the sufferings of a downtrodden nation and to the unspeakable tyrannies … Continue reading

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The 18th CPC Congress: and the Strategic Encirclement of China?

The 18th CPC Congress: and the Strategic Encirclement of China? by Dr. Christof Lehmann  September 10, 2012 Myanmar, Gas and the Soros-Funded Explosion of A Nation State Early 2012 violent clashes between Muslim Rohingya and Buddhists broke out in Myanmar´s … Continue reading

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Myanmar’s Ethno-Sectarian Clashes: Containing China?

Myanmar’s Ethno-Sectarian Clashes: Containing China? By Nile Bowie  The sectarian violence in Myanmar’s western state of Arakan began in June 2012, and the plight of the persecuted Rohingya ethnic group has since created an international uproar. Displays of solidarity with … Continue reading

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