Radio, train rides, the charm of waiting for the newspaper -- the magic of that era is now gone
The world we live in today is a twisted, blighted one
We still struggle to explain why al-Qaeda did what it did
The Taliban must now convince the world that Afghan citizens will remain free
Afghanistan held a special place in the imaginations of those who came of age in the 60s and 70s
The legacy of American foreign policy is not a beautiful sight to behold
Those who ought to have known better
Was the assassination of Bangabandhu a massive security failure, or a conspiracy by those meant to be...
We should set our sights on such heights of grandeur as the Olympics
When the sharp dagger of communalism sliced away at the country
Life requires renewal in these dark times
South Africa’s Jacob Zuma is getting his comeuppance, but he isn’t the first political leader...
Could Bangladesh take the first step in this venture?
In Bangladesh, we talk of women’s empowerment, but do we mean a word of it?
History is a lot more than just textbooks
He is a necessary reminder of leadership as it should be
Historical narratives are certainly welcome, but when it is long yarns that are spun by individuals,...
Ambassadors should never lecture the host nation
The ugly treatment of a journalist sends a frightening message to media practitioners
When politicians stoop to a level that leave us in a state of disbelief
Secularism cannot be deepened if communal elements are permitted free rein
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