Bollywood Film on Holey Artisan Attack Triggers Controversy in Bangladesh
By Asif Muztaba Hassan and Nazifa Raidah
Social media has been abuzz with Bangladeshis opposing the making of “Faraaz,” mostly averring that it is Bangladesh’s story to tell.
Revealed: Canadian Links to Extremist Networks in Bangladesh
By Genevieve Zingg
Canadian links to ISIS militants in Dhaka highlight the increasing transnationalism of terrorism in Bangladesh.
The Rise of US-Bangladesh Counterterror Cooperation
By Arafat Kabir
Kerry’s visit to Dhaka shows how seriously the U.S. takes terrorism in Bangladesh.
Interview: Zachary Abuza on ISIS in Asia
By Shannon Tiezzi, Huang Nan, and Zhang Juan
A closer look at the threat Islamic State poses to the Asia-Pacific.
Dhaka Attack Part of a Larger Pattern of Terrorism in Bangladesh
By Alexandra Stark
The attack on a cafe in Dhaka was not an aberration -- and that makes it all the more worrying.
After Dhaka Attack Claims 7 Japanese Lives, Tokyo Steps up Counterterrorism
By Mina Pollmann
Japan's response, as usual, will involve foreign aid and assistance, rather than deploying military assets.
Dhaka Hostage Crisis: Anatomy of a Terror Attack
By Rohan Joshi
The terror landscape in Bangladesh merits close scrutiny after the Gulshan hostage crisis.
The Rise of Islamic Extremism in Bangladesh
The July 1 attack was far from an isolated incident. It's part of a wave of extremist violence overtaking the country.
The Battle for the Soul of Bangladesh
By Arif Rafiq
The deadly attack on a bakery in Dhaka may have ties to ISIS, but its roots stretch deep into Bangladesh's history.
After the Dhaka Attack: Countering Terrorism in Bangladesh
By Tamim Choudhury
Bangladesh needs a comprehensive strategy to respond to and prevent future tragedies.
Dhaka Hostage Standoff Underscores Bangladesh's Growing Terror Problem
By Ankit Panda
Though details remain murky, Friday's terror attack in Dhaka underscores a worrying trend.