Topic: Bangladesh

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Kissinger Championed US Foreign Policy of Ignoring the Lessons of Catastrophe

There are many ways Kissinger helped the national security state adapt to what the first generation of neoconservatives began, by 1970, to identify as an entren...   [ continue reading...]

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Bangladesh: Truth be damned - The 'Other' is always the culprit | Mahfuz Anam

The PM blames Khaleda, the BNP chief blames Hasina, the killers continue to kill, the victims' families live in fear, people remain confused and angry, friends...   [ continue reading...]

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Beyond All Bounds

Sub Heading:  How Myanmar’s democratic opening has failed the Rohingya Author: ...   [ continue reading...]

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Why the Paris Climate Summit Will Be a Peace Conference

A demonstration at the 2014 Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. (Photo: Rhys Gerholdt / WRI) At the end of...   [ continue reading...]

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BBC Report: Publisher, blogger discuss attacks on free speech in Bangladesh

On BBC World News TV, Mahrukh Mohiuddin, director of Dhaka-based University Press Limited and Arif Rahman, a blogger from Bangladesh currently living in London,...   [ continue reading...]

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Secular publishers and authors of Bangladesh under continued attack: statements and editorials

In two violent and gory incidents on 31 October 2015, four publishers and bloggers were attacked in Bangladesh resulting in the death of one and severe injuries...   [ continue reading...]

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Empowering Afghan women: does technology help or hinder?

The male members of the family still control who gets to have access to what and to what extent. Producer and presenter at Kunduz radi...   [ continue reading...]

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Top Buddhists sign landmark statement on climate change to global leaders

Fifteen of the world´s most senior Buddhists have issued a landmark call to political leaders to adopt an effective climate change agreement at the UN neg...   [ continue reading...]

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Urgent Call to World Leaders to Prevent Catastrophic Climate Change

World leaders can no longer ignore the warnings. The upcoming COP21 climate meeting in Paris is their last chance to prevent catastrophic climate change. They m...   [ continue reading...]

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Why South Africa's gold miners are suing their bosses

Tens of thousands of gold miners are suffering with diseases like silicosis, tuberculosis and HIV. In the mines, Apartheid lives on. You...   [ continue reading...]

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Why South Africa's gold miners are suing their former bosses

Tens of thousands of gold miners are suffering with diseases like silicosis, tuberculosis and HIV. In the mines, Apartheid lives on. You...   [ continue reading...]

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Bangladesh: Charge or Release Detained Counsel

Intimidation of Defense Ahead of Appeals Furthers Blow to Flawed Trials(New York) – The Bangladeshi authorities should immediately charge or release Asad Uddi...   [ continue reading...]

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Bangladesh Facing Tough Climate Choices

Twice a week, 20-year-old Kulsum Begam, a young mother of two, spends over three hours gossiping with the neighbours. Neither her husband nor his family raises...   [ continue reading...]

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How indigenous peoples in Bangladesh struggle for their rights

Mon, 26/10/2015 By Tony Iltis & Fadang Randal Fadang Randal is a representativ...   [ continue reading...]

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H&M Has a New Labor Plan: It Looks a Lot Like All the Others

Labor advocates are skeptical of clothing retailer H&M's latest round of promises to raise wages for supply-chain workers and improve working conditions - f...   [ continue reading...]

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This Is What It’s Like to Live Without a Country

Greg Constantine began working on what would become the Nowhere People project in 2005. A year-long project spurred by meeting North Korean defectors in China m...   [ continue reading...]

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Southeast Asia Faces its Own Refugee Crisis

As monsoons end, sailing season begins in Southeast Asia as thousands of refugees from Myanmar and Bangladesh undertake treacherous boat journeys to escape pers...   [ continue reading...]

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Brutal Poverty in the U.S. South Is Caused by Globalization — and Statistics Don't Make it Better

Author Paul Theroux caused controversy with his indictment of corporate executives who abandon American communities for cheaper labor. Has globalizati...   [ continue reading...]

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Islam in Kyrgyzstan: growing in diversity

Since the late 1980s, Kyrgyzstan has witnessed an Islamic revival. Recent talk of extremist threats and radicalisation obscures the real picture....   [ continue reading...]

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Beyond India's beef with beef, new hatreds grow | Pankaj Mishra

Lynch mobs and assassins are on a rampage across South Asia. Days after a Muslim man was murdered in India, for allegedly eating beef, a Baptist pastor was stab...   [ continue reading...]

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