Japan Deepens Defense Ties With Bangladesh
By Asif Muztaba Hassan
Japan recently announced that Bangladesh is among four countries that have been selected to receive Official Security Assistance.
India and Japan: Connecting the Connectivities in the Bay of Bengal
By Titli Basu
Can Japan emulate its success story of Southeast Asian economic corridors in the Bay of Bengal?
Ahead of G7 Summit, Japan Reaches out to Global South
By Joseph Rozen
Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida is pursuing deeper cooperation with the developing world even while prepping to host a summit of advanced economies.
PM Hasina’s Upcoming Visit to Japan Highlights a Growing Defense Relationship
By Delwar Hossain
The geopolitical situation is bringing out the strategic aspects of Bangladesh-Japan relations, including a new focus on security cooperation.
50 Years of Japan-Bangladesh Ties: From Economic to Strategic Partnership
By Hussain Shazzad
This often-overlooked partnership figures prominently in the strategic and economic goals of both countries.
Bangladesh's Deep Sea Port Problem
By Wade Shepard
China, Japan, and India are all competing to build Dhaka's first deep sea port.
Bangladesh Juggles Chinese, Japanese Interest
By ASMG Kibria
Both China and Japan have announced big plans for the South Asian country.