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.
The Rohingya Crisis and the Myth of Myanmar Sovereignty
By Muhammad Estiak Hussian
Powerful actors like China, Russia, ASEAN, and many other nations have refused to act in the Rohingya crisis – usually citing Myanmar’s sovereignty and the principle of non-interference.
Developing Transitional Solutions for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh
By Iffat Anjum
With long-term solutions likely to remain elusive, it’s time to make serious efforts toward improving Rohingya lives in the short term.
Does Anyone Want to Solve the Rohingya Crisis?
By Anu Anwar
The long-simmering refugee crisis between Bangladesh and Myanmar is threatening to boil over into a conflict. But it seems none of the regional powers are paying attention.
What Was Behind the Chinese Foreign Minister’s Midnight Stopover in Bangladesh?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Ahead of his planned tour of African countries, Qin Gang made a surprise stop in Dhaka.
Hasina’s Pitch for Solving the Rohingya Crisis
By Kamal Uddin Ahmed
Bangladesh’s prime minister highlighted the issue in her UNGA speech. Will anyone listen?
Rohingya Man Sentenced to Death in Bangladesh
By Samaya Anjum
The language of the ruling reveals racist treatment of the Rohingya community amid growing calls for their repatriation.
Why Is Bangladesh Encouraging Rohingya Refugees to Start a ‘Going Home’ Campaign?
By Katie Hatdash
There are signs that the country's government is making more forceful attempts to promote the repatriation of refugees to Myanmar.
Bhasan Char and Refugee ‘Warehousing’
By Hanh Nguyen and Themba Lewis
Bangladesh’s relocation of Rohingya refugees has disturbing parallels to offshore detention of refugees elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Trouble With India’s ‘Twin-Track’ Approach to Myanmar
By Hossain Delwar
India’s outreach to Myanmar risks alienating Bangladesh, New Delhi’s most reliable partner in South Asia.
Why International Assistance for the Rohingya in Bangladesh is Declining
By Katie Hatdash
Dhaka complains about tight Western purse strings, but its own actions are mostly to blame for the donor fatigue.