Depot Fire Latest to Spotlight Bangladesh Industrial Safety
By Julhas Alam
Monitoring groups blame corruption and lax enforcement for the country’s many industrial disasters, including factories catching fire with workers trapped inside.
To Fend Off China, India Must Galvanize Ties With Bangladesh
By Prarthana Kashinath
India must make every effort to capitalize on her extant goodwill in Bangladesh before it's too late.
Bangladesh's Deep Sea Port Problem
By Wade Shepard
China, Japan, and India are all competing to build Dhaka's first deep sea port.
China, Bangladesh Pledge Deeper Military Cooperation
By Shannon Tiezzi
Bangladesh’s Chief of Army Staff Abu Belal Muhammad Shafiul Huq visited Beijing on Thursday.
Where Is the 'String of Pearls' in 2015?
By Benjamin David Baker
Chinese military installations in the Indian Ocean are still a possibility, not a certainty.
India Plucks a Pearl from China's 'String' in Bangladesh?
By Ankit Panda
Indian cargo vessels will have access to Chittagong port, long seen as one of China's "pearls" on the Indian Ocean.
In Bangladesh, BNP Is Derailing Democracy
By Mohammad Ziauddin
Bangladesh’s ambassador to the U.S. on the recent elections in Dhaka and Chittagong.
The Mixed Consequences of Sino-Indian Competition in the Indian Ocean
By Jack Detsch
China and India’s rivalry threatens peace in the Indian Ocean basin. It’s also sparking a needed flood of development.
Sri Lanka’s Growing Links with China
By Jack Goodman
Trade, investment and a strategic Indian Ocean location bring the two countries closer together.