Inter-confessional Relations in India and Bangladesh Aggravate amid Taliban’s Victory in Afghanistan

Inter-confessional Relations in India and Bangladesh Aggravate amid Taliban’s Victory in Afghanistan

It is no exaggeration to say that the rise of the Taliban (banned in Russia) to power in Afghanistan is one of those events whose significance goes far beyond the borders of this particular country. In particular, it played, perhaps against the wishes of the Taliban themselves, the role of leaven thrown into the dough…

What Will the Strengthening of Cooperation between China and Bangladesh Lead to?

What Will the Strengthening of Cooperation between China and Bangladesh Lead to?

On April 28, 2021, President Abdul Hamid and Colonel General Wei Fenghe, member of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China and Minister of Defense, met in Dhaka, capital city of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Representatives of the two states agreed to develop the existing cooperation in the military sphere. Today, China…

The Global South Can Learn a Lot From Bangladesh & Myanmar’s Hybrid War Troubles

The Global South Can Learn a Lot From Bangladesh & Myanmar’s Hybrid War Troubles

The Global South nations of the developing world can learn some valuable “Democratic Security” lessons from Bangladesh and Myanmar’s Hybrid War troubles, specifically as it relates to the need to proactively root out corruption from all levels of society in order to avoid embarrassing foreign media reports about them, as well as the urgency of…

Al Jazeera vs. Bangladesh: What’s Happening, Why, and What Might It Lead To?

Al Jazeera vs. Bangladesh: What’s Happening, Why, and What Might It Lead To?

It’s up to the court of law to establish the facts about Al Jazeera’s investigation, but the very publication of the outlet’s series of reports has been enough to provoke an enormous international scandal involving Bangladesh, Qatar, India, Hungary, and “Israel” as the primary players. Al Jazeera published a series of scandalous reports last week…

Bangladesh-Based ‘Rohingyas’ Mustn’t Agitate for Regime Change in Myanmar

Bangladesh-Based ‘Rohingyas’ Mustn’t Agitate for Regime Change in Myanmar

The aggressive statement by Bangladesh-based ‘Rohingya’ leader Dil Mohammad imploring the international community “to come forward and restore democracy at all costs” in Myanmar following Monday’s dramatic developments there is extremely counterproductive and risks confirming accusations that this Muslim minority group is being exploited as proxies for carrying out regime change in the Southeast Asian…