Bahauddin Foizee

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Bahauddin Foizee is an international affairs analyst and columnist, and regularly writes on greater Asia-Pacific, Indian Oceanic region and greater Middle East geopolitics. He also - infrequently - writes on environment & climate change and the global refugee crisis. Besides Modern Diplomacy, his articles have appeared at The Diplomat, Global New Light of Myanmar, Asia Times, Eurasia Review, Middle East Monitor, International Policy Digest and a number of other international publications. His columns also appear in the Dhaka-based national newspapers, including Daily Observer, Daily Sun, Daily Star, The Independent, The New Nation, Financial Express, New age and bdnews24com. He previously taught law at Dhaka Centre for Law & Economics and worked at Bangladesh Institute of Legal Development.

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Being Wealthy Helps Singapore’s Naval Ambition

There’s an image that has been imprinted in the minds of the millions about Singapore, that it is a tiny yet wealthy city-state and an important...

Is Designating IRGC a Terrorist Organization a Right Decision?

Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), otherwise known in Iran as the so-called ‘Islamic’ Revolutionary Guard Corps, is designated as a terrorist organization on Monday (April 8, 2019)....

Thaw in Egypt-Iran Relations: A Flawed Interpretation

A number of analysts, columnists and Mideast watchers have been, for last couple of years, forecasting a thaw in Egypt-Iran relations. Citing a series...

Catalonia would have been facing severe problems had it broke away from Spain

Catalan independence referendum, held in late-2017, had thrown Spain and Catalonia into severe political crisis and has created uncertainly for the foreign investors inside...

Revival of ISIS in Iraq if Iran continues to influence Iraqi militias

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's 12 conditions on Iran nuclear deal – that were outlined in a speech at the Heritage Foundation...

Writers too may fall victim to illicit use of IP address

Authors, analysts and columnists are always prone to many sorts of risks, including falling victim to cyber-related crimes. This is because those who take...

Here is how Houthi missiles give attacks credence to Saudi blockade on Yemen

The Saudi-led coalition has been at war with Houthi since March 2015, when the Houthi militants forced the internationally recognized government of President Abed...

Nothing new in Trump’s South Asia policy, it’s Obama redux

While the US President Donald Trump’s much awaited televised speech on the 21st of August was supposed to lay down his administration’s Afghanistan policy,...

Bangladesh demonstrates preparedness in tackling security threats with latest Commando drill

Commandos from Bangladesh Army, alongwith other security forces, performed a drill on the 17th of August at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka’s Mirpur...

Bangladesh-Myanmar cooperation: Investment opportunity, climate change, insurgency & Rohingya crisis

A s the communities around the globe is globalizing, it would be disadvantageous for any country not to be proactive in seeking greater...

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Ethiopianism in Flux: Unraveling the Struggle between Amhara Thesis and Anti-Amhara Antithesis

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Being “homeless” in their homeland: The locals versus development of Indonesia’s new capital

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