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All refugees want to go home. Right?

Wanting to return home and restore one’s country should be a choice, not an obligation placed upon you by th...   [ continue reading...]

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In Myanmar, “Anti-Terrorism” Is Cover for Ethnic Cleansing

On August 25, the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA)—a fledgling insurgent group in conflict with the Myanmar government—attacked multiple b...   [ continue reading...]

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40.3 million slaves? Four reasons to question the new Global Estimates of Modern Slavery

The new slavery estimates will guide international policy for years to come, which is why we need to start taking...   [ continue reading...]

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The world once laughed at North Korean cyberpower. No more

The New York Times reports: When North Korean hackers tried to steal $1 billion from the New York Federal Reserve last year, only a spelling error stopped them....   [ continue reading...]

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Not Britain’s Finest Hour

This article appears in the Fall 2017 issue of The American Prospect magazine. Subscribe here.  It is not often that a great, historic natio...   [ continue reading...]

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Shunning Rohingya Refugees Is a Bad Geopolitical Strategy for India

India's relationships with Bangladesh, Myanmar and China hang in the balance. The post Shunning Rohingya Refugees Is a Bad Geopolitical Strategy for India appea...   [ continue reading...]

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Humanitarian Needs Spike as Rohingya Arrivals in Cox’s Bazar Top 536,000

An estimated 536,000 people have fled Myanmar and arrived in Cox’s Bazar, southern Bangladesh, over the past 47 days, according to the IOM-hosted Inter Se...   [ continue reading...]

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The Women of Color "Solutionaries" Who Are Taking On Detroit's Deep Divisions

"Nobody asked us if we wanted a new hockey stadium in the middle of the city," community activist Sajeda Ahmed said in an interview for a new report on the role...   [ continue reading...]

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Land Settlement Empowers: Bangladesh Sets an Example

History was made for 400 landless families in the remote char lands of Noakhali district. On October 11, they all received land titles from the government for w...   [ continue reading...]

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Misnamed ‘Green Revolution’ eyes Africa

Green Revolution corporations now have Africa in their sights, the only part of the world largely outside agribusiness domination.Alan BroughtonThursday, Octobe...   [ continue reading...]

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Globally Girls Struggle for Rights

What does child marriage mean for girls’ lives? And why does child marriage persist? (New York) – C...   [ continue reading...]

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Pakistan: The Promise of Democracy - The triumph of populism 1971-1973

WITH the surrender of Pakistani troops on December 16, 1971, in Dhaka, Bangladesh came into being, and with that, the end of the Pakistan that Quaid-i-Azam Moha...   [ continue reading...]

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Rohingya Children Drown Fleeing Myanmar Violence

Tragedy struck more Rohingya refugees fleeing violence in Myanmar last night. At least 13 people, mostly children, drowned when the fishing boat carrying them t...   [ continue reading...]

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Twelve Dead as Rohingya Refugee Boat Capsises on Way to Bangladesh

The boat sank near Shah Porir Dwip on the southern tip of Bangladesh late on Sunday with up to 35 people on board, Bangladeshi police said. The post Twelve Dead...   [ continue reading...]

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Can the West Help the Rohingya of Myanmar/ Burma?

By Ludovica Marchi | (LSE: British Politics and Policy) | – – Violence in Myanmar has resulted in more than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims leaving the cou...   [ continue reading...]

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End all military ties with Myanmar

Rohingya families flee the Myanmar military's violence to Bangladesh.Sue BoltonFriday, October 6, 2017In a September address to the United Nations Human Rights...   [ continue reading...]

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Can India Capitalise on China’s Shift Away from Low-End Manufacturing?

Over the last decade, Bangladesh and Vietnam have eaten India's lunch when it comes to everything, from apparels to furniture. The post Can India Capitalise on...   [ continue reading...]

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Bangladeshi Destroys 20 Boats Ferrying Rohingya Muslims Fleeing Myanmar

Authorities said the action was a crackdown on human and drug trafficking, accusing smugglers of using the exodus to bring methamphetamine into the country. The...   [ continue reading...]

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Women and Girls Are The Hardest Hit Rohingya Refugees

While the influx of refugees into Bangladesh continues, the needs of the more vulnerable populations such as women and children are yet to be fully responded to...   [ continue reading...]

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#16 “Resilient” Indian Communities Struggle to Cope with Impacts of Climate Change

The Sundarbans are a vast mangrove delta that connects India and Bangladesh along the coast of the Bay of Bengal. In Bengali, Sundarban means “beautiful f...   [ continue reading...]

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