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OP-ED: What is the future of the...

OP-ED: What is the future of the...

Julian Francis

Thu, Jul 2 2020

Putting the worst refugee crisis of our times in historical context

OP-ED: Look WHO’s talking

OP-ED: Look WHO’s talking

SN Rasul

Mon, Jun 29 2020

Health organizations’ early recommendation to not wear masks was a mistake

OP-ED: Where SMEs will stand in the...

OP-ED: Where SMEs will stand in the...

Ferdaus Ara Begum

Sat, Jun 27 2020

Small and medium enterprises drive the economy forward, but they are also most vulnerable to...

OP-ED: Who will guard the guards?

OP-ED: Who will guard the guards?

Partha S Ghosh

Tue, Jun 23 2020

India, like the US, is badly in need of police reform

OP-ED: An accelerating crisis

OP-ED: An accelerating crisis

Forrest Cookson

Sun, Jun 21 2020

What are the major challenges facing humanity today?

OP-ED: Does globalization really...

OP-ED: Does globalization really...

Masuda Bhatti

Sun, Jun 21 2020

If so, where is it?

OP-ED: No long-term solution in...

OP-ED: No long-term solution in...

Dr Raqibul Mohammad Anwar

Sat, Jun 20 2020

Can we even look forward to a feasible and effective vaccine?

OP-ED: A foundational history of racism...

OP-ED: A foundational history of racism...

Toffael Rashid

Thu, Jun 18 2020

Britain cannot wash away its white supremacist past

OP-ED: The Agartala case as it transformed...

OP-ED: The Agartala case as it transformed...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Thu, Jun 18 2020

Understanding the significance of June 19

OP-ED: Forecasting and the human...

OP-ED: Forecasting and the human...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Wed, Jun 17 2020

The practice of predicting the future of economies looks very different for the working class

OP-ED: The new purgatory

OP-ED: The new purgatory

Sumit Basu

Tue, Jun 16 2020

Armageddon we have seen -- as many times as history cares to recall

OP-ED: The big reveal of institutional...

OP-ED: The big reveal of institutional...

Aveir Alam

Mon, Jun 15 2020

A problem that continues to persist home and abroad

OP-ED: Conflict in the US: The underlying...

OP-ED: Conflict in the US - The underlying...

Forrest Cookson

Mon, Jun 15 2020

The US confronts its original sin, Covid-19, and the truth

OP-ED: Reimagining education in Covid-19...

OP-ED: Reimagining education in Covid-19...

Azwa Nayeem

Sun, Jun 14 2020

We might need a complete overhaul of the system

OP-ED: A budget of the rich, by the...

OP-ED: A budget of the rich, by the...

Sayeed Ibrahim Ahmed

Sat, Jun 13 2020

There is very little here to please the poor or the middle class

OP-ED: How can we tackle the mental...

OP-ED: How can we tackle the mental...

Riashad Monjur

Tue, Jun 9 2020

Covid-19 is taking a psychological toll on the nation that we may not fully realize

OP-ED: The virus shows a way towards...

OP-ED: The virus shows a way towards...

Raqibul Mohammad Anwar

Tue, Jun 9 2020

The pandemic has exposed deep inequality in our society

OP-ED: I'm trying to understand who...

OP-ED: I'm trying to understand who...

Abdul Mannan

Mon, Jun 8 2020

The string of questionable decisions only seems to get longer

OP-ED: The online pivot in...

OP-ED: The online pivot in...

Naira Khan

Sun, Jun 7 2020

Will virtual education transcend the pandemic?

OP-ED: The six-point charter of freedom...

OP-ED: The six-point charter of freedom...

Sheikh Hasina

Sat, Jun 6 2020

Why June 7 is important in our history

Is remdesivir the answer?

Is remdesivir the answer?

Dr Raqibul Mohammad Anwar

Thu, Jun 4 2020

There is currently no medication shown to prevent or cure Covid-19, according to WHO