Implications of the Taliban Victory for Bangladesh
By Asif Muztaba Hassan
Bangladesh has dismantled transnational jihadist networks in recent years, but new radicals pose a threat.
What’s Behind the Surge in Violent Islamism in Bangladesh?
By Sudha Ramachandran
Domestic political expediency, history, and ideology have made for a toxic mix in Bangladesh as it celebrates 50 years of independence.
Bangladesh’s Islamist Challenge Intensifies
By Subir Bhaumik
The violent anti-Modi protests were just the latest sign that the government's outreach to Islamist groups has backfired.
Bangladesh’s Dangerous Islamist Appeasement – And What It Portends
By Manas Nag
Left unchecked and periodically molly-coddled, Bangladesh’s Islamist parties could spell havoc for its democracy.
What Does COVID-19 Mean for Terrorism in Bangladesh?
By Shafi Md Mostofa
How the pandemic intersects with challenges of Islamist radicalization for Bangladesh.
Bangladesh’s Risky Islamist Gambit
By Seth Oldmixon
The Awami League's outreach to Islamist groups will not encourage, not moderate, extremists.
Dhaka Attack Part of a Larger Pattern of Terrorism in Bangladesh
By Alexandra Stark
The attack on a cafe in Dhaka was not an aberration -- and that makes it all the more worrying.
The Rise of Islamic Extremism in Bangladesh
The July 1 attack was far from an isolated incident. It's part of a wave of extremist violence overtaking the country.