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In Bangladesh, BNP Is Derailing Democracy
May 22, 2015

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 Long Road to Justice for Bangladesh’s War Criminals
October 12, 2014

The Long Road to Justice for Bangladesh’s War Criminals

By Abed Khan
After decades, the International Crimes Tribunal is finally offering justice to war victims.

Justice Pending for Bangladeshi Accused of War Crimes
August 06, 2014

Justice Pending for Bangladeshi Accused of War Crimes

By Mohammad A. Arafat
Accused of horrific crimes during Bangladesh’s fight for independence, Motiur Rahman Nizami is about to face justice.

Bangladesh: Justice or Revenge?
June 02, 2014

Bangladesh: Justice or Revenge?

By M. Sophia Newman
After several convictions, it is unclear whether the country’s war crimes tribunal is truly about justice.

Bangladesh’s Bumpy Ride
February 14, 2014

Bangladesh’s Bumpy Ride

By Brig. (Ret.) SK Chatterji
The country needs to combine stability with economic growth. It won’t be easy.
I Am Malala: Pakistan Book Launch Blocked By Provincial Government
January 29, 2014

I Am Malala: Pakistan Book Launch Blocked By Provincial Government

By J.T. Quigley
Officials cited security concerns, but deeper issues over Malala’s Western celebrity were likely at play.

Islamic Fundamentalists Terrorize Minorities in Bangladesh
January 15, 2014

Islamic Fundamentalists Terrorize Minorities in Bangladesh

By Sanjay Kumar
Bangladesh's minorities have suffered a series of rapes, arson and vandalism at the hands of Jamaat-e-Islami.
For Bangladesh, Elections Bring Little Relief
January 08, 2014

For Bangladesh, Elections Bring Little Relief

By Sanjay Kumar
The Diplomat's Sanjay Kumar reports from Dhaka on the outcome of the Bangladesh election.

Political Crisis in Bangladesh: A Question of National Identity
December 27, 2013

Political Crisis in Bangladesh: A Question of National Identity

By Sanjay Kumar
Bangladeshi politics are currently mired in crisis around questions of national identity.

Bangladesh Executes Opposition Leader
December 13, 2013

Bangladesh Executes Opposition Leader

By Ankit Panda
The execution of Abdul Quader Mollah could destabilize Bangladeshi politics even further.

Imran Khan: Hope Meets Reality
November 22, 2013

Imran Khan: Hope Meets Reality

Pakistan’s most popular politician finds provincial government altogether harder than national campaigning.

Flawed Justice in Bangladesh
October 31, 2013

Flawed Justice in Bangladesh

The International Crimes Tribunal has its problems. But for many, flawed justice is better than none.

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