The Rakhine Conundrum: How Should Bangladesh Respond to Operation 1027?
By Md. Himel Rahman
The rapid advances of anti-junta groups in Myanmar poses new problems for Dhaka in an already-sensitive region.
Hundreds of Rohingya Refugees Disembark in Indonesia’s Aceh Region
By Sebastian Strangio
Five boats carrying nearly 900 people have reached western Indonesia over the past week, UNHCR officials say.
How to Truly Mark Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day
By Ishrat Zakia Sultana
The Rohingya issue has become deeply politicized, but there are still possible solutions at hand.
The Plight of the Rohingya: The Struggle for Identity and Survival in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp
By Joe Wallen and Tushar Shetty
Beyond the Indus podcast hosts Joe Wallen and Tushar Shetty speak to survivors of the Rohingya genocide, currently living in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, as well as Matthew Smith, CEO of Fortify Rights.
6 Years Without Books: A Lost Generation of Rohingya Youth
By Lucky Karim
In the sprawling, poorly-provisioned refugee camps of Cox's Bazar, it is nearly impossible for Rohingya children to get a proper education.
A Missing Boat of 180 Rohingya Refugees Symbolizes the World’s Apathy
By Kristen Gelineau
Human rights advocates say what happened to those on board is the latest example of political inaction and global apathy: Governments ignore the Rohingya because they can.
Is Rohingya Repatriation Finally Moving Forward?
By Saume Saptaparna Nath
A group of Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh recently visited Myanmar’s Rakhine State to lay the groundwork for repatriation. Is Myanmar serious about the effort?
Myanmar, Bangladesh Readying Repatriation of More Than 1,000 Rohingya
By Sebastian Strangio
Junta officials are visiting refugee camps in order to verify those who have been shortlisted for repatriation under a China-mediated pilot program.
What Do Bangladeshis Really Think of the Rohingya?
By Kristina Kironska and Michał Lubina
A recent Sinophone Borderlands public opinion survey sheds light on Bangladeshi views of the Rohingya, roughly a million of whom have been forced to seek refuge in Bangladesh.
Rohingya Refugees Are Departing for Southeast Asia in Increasing Numbers
By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
While some travel overland from Bangladesh to Thailand, others are embarking upon dangerous and often deadly ocean voyages.
Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh: Boon or Bane?
By Shafi Md Mostofa
Crime has risen as have unemployment and prices. But rehabilitation work among refugees has provided locals with jobs in NGOs.
Targeted Killings Spread Terror in Rohingya Refugee Camps
By Tanbirul Miraj Ripon
Both Bangladesh police and Rohingya accuse the militant group ARSA of conducting a campaign of terror and crime in the refugee camps.