A Year of Bangladesh's War on Terror
By Siddharthya Roy
A year after the Dhaka bakery bloodbath, counterterrorism remains deeply political.
Silence and Fear a Year After a Prominent Bangladeshi Activist’s Murder
By Erin Kilbride
With the death of Xulhaz a year ago, LGBTI rights work in Bangladesh came to a halt.
The Downfall of Democracy in Bangladesh
By David Landry
"Sheikh’s unprecedented moves since coming to power threaten to undo much of the country’s democratic progress."
2 More Bangladeshi Activists Murdered
By Catherine Putz
Four liberals have been murdered in Bangladesh this month: two LGBT activists, a professor, and a law student.
Another Secular Blogger Murdered in Bangladesh
By Roshni Kapur
A liberal Bangladeshi blogger has been killed by religious fanatics, the latest in a spate of attacks.
Bangladesh’s Terrorist Problem
By Sanjay Kumar
A string of recent attacks against liberal writers demonstrate that the country is also struggling with an extremist fringe.