Cyber Radicalization by Bangladeshi Islamists
By Shafi Md Mostofa
Bangladeshi Islamists may not have carried out attacks in recent years but they are active online.
Bangladesh Cracks Down on Hardline Islamist Group
By Asif Muztaba Hassan
The latest government pushback followed intelligence that terrorist groups had infiltrated Hefajat-e-Islam.
Bangladesh’s Bloggers Under Siege
By Austin Bodetti
Online activists face deadly threats from religious extremists and a crackdown from authorities.
Bangladesh in the Shadow of Censorship
By Azeez Intizar and Sabrina Majed
Since independence, political censorship and rising Islamism have combined to muzzle journalists and activists in the country.
India and the Fight Against Islamic State
By Natalie Tecimer
As India confronts the threat within its borders, could it find common ground with the Trump administration?
Enough Is Enough: Bangladesh Must Act Against Its Extremists
By Venkatachalam K.S.
Bangladesh's government must crack down on Islamist radicals before the secular character of the country is destroyed.
To Counter ISIS, Bangladesh Needs to Solve Its Homegrown Violence
By Alexandra Stark
Combating ISIS in Bangladesh requires understanding and stopping homegrown militant movements.
Rising Extremist Worries in Bangladesh
By Farasha Bashir
Bangladesh is rapidly making its bed with Islamic fundamentalism.