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Sauid Ahmed Khan
Recognise Pakistans 1971 atrocities as genocideThat past cannot be confined to Bangladesh alone; everyone in the global community must remember it. The 1971 genocide in Bangladesh orchestrated and executed by the Pakistani military with the support of its Bihari and Bengali collaborators constitutes one of the most horrific atrocities since World War II. As recorded by Robert Payne author of ...
Sauid Ahmed Khan
What do women really gained in COP28At the same time as our planet is aflame in flames, neoliberal ideologies are igniting the climatic crisis; jeopardizing global stability, security and resilience. As a result of human-generated emissions of greenhouse gases, climate change seems to be a global emergency. In the midst of a whirlwind of global crises, the United Arab Emirates hosted ...
Sauid Ahmed Khan
From a bottomless basket to an odyssey of poverty alleviationBangladeshs rise from the "bottomless basket" to the "beacon of hope" is an example of determination, innovation, and positive governance with its properties. Following the nations glorious victory, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman envisioned Sonar Bengal as free of bigotry. He remarks, "There shall be no discrimination between people in Bangladesh. A more equitable distribution of ...
Sauid Ahmed Khan
Bangladesh an icon in UN peacekeeping operationsThis year marks the 78th anniversary of the United Nations. The United Nations was established with the overarching goals of preserving global peace, strengthening diplomatic connections, and fostering shared values. Bangladesh joined the United Nations as a full member on 17 September1974, setting an impressive precedent for resilience and diplomacy among UN members. Bangladesh's influence ...
Sauid Ahmed Khan
Importance of Sheikh Hasina’s upcoming visit to Brussels In the dynamic landscape of international relations, visits by political leaders to other countries' capitals might result in far-reaching consequences. Similar are the circumstances with Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who is scheduled for a four-day visit to Brussels on October 24 to attend the Global Gateway Forum 2023. Her pre-poll trip to the European ...
Sauid Ahmed Khan
Why is dengue menace deadlier in Bangladesh?Capital Dhaka's sun-drenched streets are an oasis of urban charm, bursting with vibrant culture and lively street life. But lurking underneath this vibrant surface lurks darkness: the dengue virus. It's a disease that sneaks up on its victims with a fever brought on by the bites of tiny, innocuous Aedes mosquitoes, followed by strikes with ...
Sauid Ahmed Khan
Evolving post-Brexit UK-Bangladesh tiesThe culmination of the Brexit saga prompted a significant transformation in the global political landscape. The United Kingdom entered in a new era, and with it they embrace the opportunities to reevaluate its relationships with other countries. Among them, the dynamic relationship between the United Kingdom and Bangladesh provides a striking case study of how ...
Sauid Ahmed Khan
Massacre on Rohingyas in Rakhine is a genocideUN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Olivier De Schutter, expressed concern that Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh might become "the new Palestinians." Moreover, he emphasised that the issue has become protracted and has been mostly ignored. In an interview with the Guardian, De Schutter described the situation at Cox's Bazar as "absolutely terrible," ...
Sauid Ahmed Khan
Bangladeshi migrants set their sights on Europe A variety of social, political, and economic variables contribute to a migration trajectory that entails a growing proportion of Bangladeshi workers migrating to European countries. With an expectation of better job opportunities, willingness of European countries and increased standards of living, Bangladeshi migrant workers are nowadays steadily more interested in Europe. UNDESA's 2020 International Migrant ...
Sauid Ahmed Khan
Bangladesh must preps itself to play a key role in global peacekeeping More than seven decades, the United Nations launched its Peacekeeping Operations (UNPKO) as an integral part of its aims to promote global peace, strengthen international security, and resolve conflicts. In order to ensure the successful execution of a ceasefire or peace agreement between warring parties, the United Nations frequently deploys peacekeeping operations. These operations are carried ...
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