Sadia Aktar Korobi

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I’m Sadia Aktar Korobi, currently studying at University of Dhaka in the department of Peace and Conflict Studies (MSS). I have graduated from the same department recently. My research interests include peace studies, international relations and gender studies.

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The impossible case of India-wide NRC: Potential fallout of India-Bangladesh Relations?

A shadow of doubt and anxiety hangs as India might institute a pan-India National Register of Citizens (NRC). The complex demographics of the Indian...

Bangladesh’s Climate Advocacy: Efforts of the Global South in Pursuit of Climate Justice

Bangladesh has emerged as the leading voice of climate change activism in recent years, particularly in Global South. The country has shown resilience, determination,...

Bangladesh-UK strategic dialogue: Significance in the post-Brexit era

On September 12th, Bangladesh and the UK held their fifth strategic dialogue. The future of Bangladesh’s ties to the United Kingdom in the wake...

Declining funds and food for Rohingya refugees

As if the living conditions in the refugee camps weren't miserable enough for the Rohingya community, the world food assistance provider (WFP) recently announced...

Challenges and prospects for Burma act

From the first imposed sanctions against Myanmar in 1997, the United States takes a historical stride by passing the Burma act 2021 as a...

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Mass graves in Gaza: Victims’ hands were tied

The UN human rights office, OHCHR, expressed renewed concerns...

Prospects for Conflict Resolution in Baluchistan

The concepts of human needs, conflict, and peace are...

The Taliban and Afghanistan Independence

The situation in Afghanistan and South Asia is developing...

Funding the Future: How MDB Reform Paves the Way for SDG Progress

The international financial architecture is outdated and is failing...
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