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OP-ED: Catching up on growth

OP-ED: Catching up on growth

Tim Worstall

Sun, Sep 27 2020

Can Bangladesh grow faster by imitating richer countries?

OP-ED: Does capitalism really empower...

OP-ED: Does capitalism really empower...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Tue, Aug 18 2020

We must not retreat from critiquing the systematic and structural exploitation of women

OP-ED: How capitalism empowers...

OP-ED: How capitalism empowers...

Tim Worstall

Sat, Aug 15 2020

It is women who have been hit hardest by the absence of trade

OP-ED: A boom in Bangladesh

OP-ED: A boom in Bangladesh

Ajeyo Rohitashwo Al Quazi

Sat, Jun 27 2020

What does Bangladesh’s future look like?

OP-ED: Our tears are the calculus

OP-ED: Our tears are the calculus

Nazarul Islam

Fri, Jun 19 2020

There’s no going back at this point, we can only try to push forward

OP-ED: Failure proves the merit of the...

OP-ED: Failure proves the merit of the...

Tim Worstall

Sun, Jun 7 2020

Uber Eats shutting down may not be a bad thing

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: The struggle for survival

OP-ED: The struggle for survival

Sayeed Ibrahim Ahmed

Sat, May 30 2020

A tribute to those who lost their lives

OP-ED: What Hong Kong’s slipping autonomy...

OP-ED: What Hong Kong’s slipping autonomy...

Umran Chowdhury

Sat, May 30 2020

Imposing autocracy on a thriving capitalist system is not the answer

A stimulus to personal corruption?

A stimulus to personal corruption?

Esam Sohail

Fri, May 8 2020

Let’s not tempt mortal beings with the possibility of unearned money

Socialism can yet be Bangladesh’s...

Socialism can yet be Bangladesh’s...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Wed, May 6 2020

The injustices of pseudo-capitalism have crept into our national soul

Capitalism seen doing ‘more harm than...

Capitalism seen doing ‘more harm than...

North America

Mon, Jan 20 2020

‘People are questioning at that level whether what we have today, and the world we live in today,...

Between the rich  and poor

Between the rich and poor

Mir Aftabuddin Ahmed

Mon, Dec 23 2019

Why Bangladesh should change its understanding of development

Our flawed humanitarianism

Our flawed humanitarianism

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Wed, Sep 25 2019

When the logic of profit overrules humanity

A life of wisdom

A life of wisdom

Habibul Haque Khondker

Fri, Sep 6 2019

A tribute to Immanuel Wallerstein, scholar extraordinaire

The political philosophy of...

The political philosophy of...

Dr Rounaq Jahan

Mon, Jun 10 2019

A leader who was always one with the people

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?

The unipolar world is long dead

The unipolar world is long dead

Esam Sohail

Sat, Mar 23 2019

Who has the upper hand in the global struggle for liberal democracy?

Experts call for boosting Marxism to...

Experts call for boosting Marxism to...

Event

Fri, Nov 30 2018

'He [Marx] greatly impacted our literature and politics, as well as the economy and other...

In the age of fake news

In the age of fake news

In this day and age, the truth is relative

A city one can ill afford

A city one can ill afford

SN Rasul

Mon, Jul 23 2018

The many trials of living in Dhaka