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OP-ED: A few questions for Al Jazeera’s...

OP-ED: A few questions for Al Jazeera’s...

Ashikur Rahman

Fri, Feb 5 2021

The documentary film missed a few things

OP-ED: Bangladesh edging past

OP-ED: Bangladesh edging past

Ashikur Rahman

Wed, Oct 28 2020

What accounts for Bangladesh’s transformative economic change?

OP-ED: Saving the honourable prime minister’s...

OP-ED: Saving the honourable prime minister’s...

Ashikur Rahman

Thu, Aug 13 2020

We cannot lie our way to progress

OP-ED: We have framed the problem very...

OP-ED: We have framed the problem very...

Ashikur Rahman

Fri, Jul 3 2020

A strict lockdown starting in March would have been the best policy

OP-ED: What is progress?

OP-ED: What is progress?

Ashikur Rahman

Sat, Jun 27 2020

Progress in the fields of politics and morality should never be taken for granted

OP-ED: Stop giving the rich and politically-connected...

OP-ED: Stop giving the rich and politically-connected...

Ashikur Rahman

Thu, Jun 4 2020

Private jets for some, and pandemic war for the rest of us?

OP-ED: Foolish citizens and smart...

OP-ED: Foolish citizens and smart...

Ashikur Rahman

Sat, May 30 2020

Demanding voluntary compliance from people is theoretically attractive, but practically

At a complicated crossroads

At a complicated crossroads

Ashikur Rahman

Sun, May 3 2020

How can we formulate government policy at a time of such uncertainty?

Taking the Bangladesh story

Taking the Bangladesh story

Ashikur Rahman

Wed, Mar 18 2020

Economic prosperity can only be achieved through tough institutional reforms

The immortality of Karl Marx

The immortality of Karl Marx

Ashikur Rahman

Sun, May 5 2019

It’s been 136 years since his death. Do his theories still hold up?

BNP should stop wasting time

BNP should stop wasting time

Opinion

Thu, Jan 11 2018

What does the upcoming election have in store for us?

A tough time for secularism

A tough time for secularism

Ashikur Rahman , Ashikur Rahman

Thu, Nov 16 2017

Secularism is essential to democracy

The disenfranchised masses

The disenfranchised masses

Tribune In-depth

Sun, Feb 12 2017

Do citizens in democracies have a voice, or just a vote?

What’s next for the progressive...

What’s next for the progressive...

Ashikur Rahman , Ashikur Rahman

Mon, Nov 14 2016

The Republican Party’s ascension does not necessarily signal the end of a progressive America

Changing the status quo

Changing the status quo

Uncategorized

Sat, Feb 27 2016

Great change comes from the courage of ordinary human beingsVery rarely in life do we come across an...

Can we address the topic of bad...

Can we address the topic of bad...

Uncategorized

Sat, Oct 17 2015

Let’s not be complacent about Bangladesh Bank’s ability to manage bad loans in the futureThe economic...

If not now, when?

If not now, when?

Uncategorized

Sat, May 9 2015

A sustainable development strategy, at its core, is concerned with how human society as a whole balances...

Lessons for Dhaka from Delhi

Lessons for Dhaka from Delhi

Uncategorized

Wed, Apr 1 2015

Are citizens ready to reward candidates who stand for better governance and effective public services...

Is an election enough?

Is an election enough?

Uncategorized

Sun, Feb 8 2015

We need to start a new debate that focuses on a complete changeover of our political system through decisive...

Je suis Ahmed

Je suis Ahmed

Uncategorized

Tue, Jan 13 2015

Let us not forget Ahmed – a Muslim and an ordinary man – who died protecting Charlie HebdoIn the midst...

A new line was  crossed

A new line was crossed

Uncategorized

Thu, Dec 18 2014

The time is ripe for our political elites to rise to the occasion and collectively unite in their hatred...