Doreen Chowdhury

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Doreen Chowdhury is a Doctoral Researcher at University of Groningen. Her areas of interest are Comparative Politics, Globalization, South Asian Studies, and Migration Studies.

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Locating Bangladesh in Japan’s North-East India Ambition

In a Japanese proverb, deru kugi wa utareru means that a nail that sticks out needs to be immediately hammered down. This might be...

Expectations from UN LDC-5 Conference: Bangladesh perspective

The 5th United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) has started in Doha, the capital of Qatar. Bangladesh is one of the...

Praiseworthy Development of RAB in the Last Year

On December 10th 2021, the United States of America (USA) announced sanctions against Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) and its seven current and former officials...

Implications of Donald Lu’s Visit to Bangladesh

On January 14th, 2023, US assistant secretary Donald Lu is visiting Bangladesh. Lu is the top diplomat for the USA in South and Central...

Global Human Rights Day 2022: Time to Reiterate our Commitment

On 10th December, the world will celebrate Global Human Rights Day. Every year the day is observed to commemorate the adoption of the Universal...

Sanctions as Weapons: A Challenge in Addressing Our Global Collective Problems

Since the Ukraine conflict, 'Sanction' has become a buzzword worldwide. It has become a new instrument for the West to coerce others to attain...

BJP’s ‘Akhand Bharat’ Dream is Not Only Problematic, Fascist Also

On 7th September, Assam Chief Minister (CM) Himanta Biswa Sarma made a very controversial remark about 'integrating Bangladesh and Pakistan'. Minister Sarma tried to...

Should Bangladesh Obtain Membership at the Colombo Security Conclave?

The Colombo Security Conclave (CSC) is a maritime security grouping initiated by India, Sri Lanka and the Maldives in 2011. The sixth meeting of national...

The Problems of NGO Governance in Bangladesh

Since the triumphant march of liberalism, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) have flourished worldwide. Bangladesh is no exception. Currently, approximately 26000 international, national, and local NGOs...

Gun Violence in the USA: A Threat to Human Rights and Social Fabric

The school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, again sparked the US national debate about its gun culture. The shooter killed 19 children and two teachers...

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