On Bangladesh and Democracy, America’s Approach Is Undermined By History
By Bantirani Patro and Bashir Ali Abbas
Washington's avowed commitment to democracy is consistent, but its actions – toward Bangladesh and other nations – have not been.
The Disappearance and Arbitrary Detention of Rohingya Refugee Leader Dil Mohammed
By Shafiur Rahman
Dil Mohammed was abducted from a Rohingya refugee settlement in January, only to appear in a Bangladeshi jail in May.
Kin of Forcefully Disappeared People in Bangladesh Demand Answers
By Mubashar Hasan
The forum Maayer Daak has helped people overcome their fear of further retribution from the state and speak up about enforced disappearances.
Kuki-Chin Refugees From Bangladesh Take Shelter in Mizoram
By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Military operations by Bangladesh’s Rapid Action Battalion in the Chittagong Hill Tracts triggered the recent exodus to India.
US-Bangladesh Partnership Dialogue: What Next?
By Hassan Ahmed Shovon
The latest talks took a positive tone, but there were no breakthroughs on the major issues between Dhaka and Washington.
Democracy Is Dying in Bangladesh. Targeted Sanctions Could Save It.
By Toby Cadman
Sanctions are a critical and powerful tool to spur much-needed reform.
Bangladesh’s ‘Crossfire’ Culture Hits Home
By Brad Adams
Bangladeshi security forces have allegedly extrajudicially killed over 2,400 people during Sheikh Hasina's decade in power.