HASINA AMONG 100 GLOBAL THINKERS


HASINA AMONG 100 GLOBAL THINKERS

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was named in a list of 100 global thinkers by US-based Foreign Policy magazine.

“Sheikh Hasina has responded to the greatest security challenge facing Bangladesh with a generosity. . . Rather than turn away the approximate 700,000 Rohingya[s] who fled persecution in Myanmar, Hasina welcomed them and allowed them to remain in her country,” the journal wrote in its 10th annual special edition titled Winter 2019.

Hasina made the list under the “Defense and Security” category.

Referring to the background of the list, the Foreign Policy said they had selected the leading global thinkers cautiously considering their stake in shaping the world mind.

“In a year of worldwide economic crisis and dangerous wars, of radical innovation and newfound realpolitik, street revolution and blunt rhetoric, we could think of no better way to make sense of it than through the big ideas of those who shape our understanding of the world.”

Last year, Sheikh Hasina was ranked 26th in Forbe’s list of the world’s 100 most powerful women.

Foreign Policy is an award winning and well-established magazine which was started around 40 years ago.

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JANUARY 24, 2019

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