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OP-ED: Will a new coalition corner...

OP-ED: Will a new coalition corner...

Farid Erkizia Bakht

Tue, Oct 20 2020

Is the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue destined to fail?

OP-ED: To woo and entice

OP-ED: To woo and entice

Abdul Hannan

Mon, Oct 19 2020

What was the significance of US Deputy Secretary Stephen Biegun’s visit to Dhaka?

OP-ED: A tantrum without substance

OP-ED: A tantrum without substance

Saleem Samad

Mon, Sep 28 2020

Imran Khan did not impress many with his speech at the UN General Assembly

OP-ED: Is there scope for an...

OP-ED: Is there scope for an...

Mohammad Tufael Chowdhury

Mon, Sep 21 2020

India and China working together could very well benefit Bangladesh too

OP-ED: Reinforcing connections: Interaction,...

OP-ED: Reinforcing connections: Interaction,...

El Hassan bin Talal

Tue, Sep 15 2020

There is a seismic political fault line running from the Baltic to the Indian Ocean

Opening doors

Opening doors

Opinion

Fri, Jan 11 2019

The strength of a nation’s passport will become increasingly important as more of our people make...

Saudi Arabia is a repressive regime...

Saudi Arabia is a repressive regime...

Weekend Tribune

Thu, Oct 25 2018

The Khashoggi affair highlights a persistent oddity in American foreign policy, one I observed in many...

It's Australia Day, Mate

It's Australia Day, Mate

Magazine

Thu, Jan 25 2018

National Day Down Under

Zionism and Communism: The sequel

Zionism and Communism: The sequel

Dhaka Lit Fest

Mon, Nov 20 2017

Panelists discuss Communism and Zionism in the present world

Making sense of the United Nations

Making sense of the United Nations

Weekend Tribune

Sat, Oct 21 2017

The UN | World Peace

Minorities in the neighbourhood

Minorities in the neighbourhood

Umran Chowdhury

Tue, Mar 14 2017

A response from Bangladesh on the plight of minorities is imperative