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A moment of sadness

A moment of sadness

Forrest Cookson

Wed, Feb 19 2020

The Senate did not condemn Trump, but history will

The thirst for absolute power

The thirst for absolute power

Forrest Cookson

Tue, Jan 7 2020

Can the president use his office to improperly deal with his political opponents? 

What is the impeachment process?

What is the impeachment process?

Forrest Cookson

Sat, Oct 5 2019

And how will it play out?

What does the future hold for...

What does the future hold for...

Forrest Cookson

Mon, Sep 30 2019

A grim foretelling of a fundamentalist-operated Afghanistan. 

The bitter world we inhabit

The bitter world we inhabit

Forrest Cookson

Mon, Sep 23 2019

With the Rohingya crisis, simply continuing the current arrangements is unfeasible

Recognizing failure as essential to...

Recognizing failure as essential to...

Forrest Cookson

Mon, Mar 11 2019

It is the youth who will carry this nation forward

Achievements and expectations

Achievements and expectations

Opinion

Thu, Jan 24 2019

Bangladesh has much to look forward to in the coming years

Polling and public opinion

Polling and public opinion

Forrest Cookson

Mon, Dec 31 2018

Opinion polling for governance remains under-developed in Bangladesh

Lessons from George HW Bush

Lessons from George HW Bush

Forrest Cookson

Tue, Dec 4 2018

A man of many achievements

What do the midterm elections

What do the midterm elections

Forrest Cookson

Fri, Nov 9 2018

A view of the consequences and challenges ahead

No expectations

No expectations

Forrest Cookson

Tue, Oct 23 2018

The ins and outs of the upcoming US elections

One year into tragedy

One year into tragedy

Opinion

Fri, Jul 20 2018

For the Rohingya, there may never be a homeland

Beware of false friends

Beware of false friends

Forrest Cookson

Tue, Jul 17 2018

The US’s relationship with Israel was not always as rosy as it is now

The Korean gambit

The Korean gambit

Opinion

Sun, Jun 10 2018

The new normal may be a reduced US military presence throughout Asia

Winning the war on poverty

Winning the war on poverty

Forrest Cookson

Wed, May 30 2018

Professor Hafiz Siddiqi was the leader in building quality education in Bangladesh

It is the workers who matter

It is the workers who matter

Forrest Cookson

Fri, May 18 2018

The RMG sector needs to focus on its workers in order to progress in any tangible way

Say it like Shakespeare

Say it like Shakespeare

Forrest Cookson

Thu, Apr 26 2018

Life lessons from the Bard

Facing reality

Facing reality

Forrest Cookson

Thu, Apr 12 2018

A paralysis of policy prevents acting against Myanmar

What Mozart can teach us

What Mozart can teach us

Forrest Cookson

Sat, Jan 27 2018

Remembering the great composer on his birthday

The Trump revolution 1.0

The Trump revolution 1.0

Forrest Cookson

Wed, Jan 24 2018

How could the US go so wrong?

The geo-politics of the Rohingya...

The geo-politics of the Rohingya...

Forrest Cookson

Tue, Nov 21 2017

Only China comes out as a winner in this scenario