Syeda Noshin Sharmily

7 POSTS
Syeda Noshin Sharmily is pursuing her bachelor’s in International Relations at University of Dhaka. Her field of interest includes international politics, political economy, international regime. She can be reached at @noshin.sharmily07[at]gmail.com

Exclusive articles:

The Underexplored and Untapped Potential of the Spain-Bangladesh Trade Relations

If a layman reader is asked to name a country with which Bangladesh shares trade engagement the most, most onlookers, if not all, will...

Why Global Conglomerate Walmart’s thriving partnership with Bangladesh matters

On February 15, Prime Minister’s Private Industries and Investment Advisor Salman F. Rahman announced that Walmart expressed its willingness to increase sourcing from Bangladesh....

The Future Landscape of Japan-Bangladesh Relations in Post-LDC Graduation

The historical tapestry woven between Japan and Bangladesh is both rich and enduring, standing as a testament to the strength of their developmental partnership....

Russia-Ukraine War: Wreaking havoc in Bangladesh’s economy

February 24th marked one year since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Although the war took place some 5800 kilometers away, the maelstrom laid bare...

Myanmar’s perilous political road and what it means for the Rohingyas

On February 1st marked two years since the Military Junta known as Tatmadaw took over the power in Myanmar orchestrating a coup which removed...

Why should Myanmar put its cards on Bangladesh

With Myanmar being the 6th country to recognize the independent Bangladesh on 13th January 1972, it has been more than 50 years that Myanmar...

Decoding Donald Lu’s Visit: A Positive Upward in US-Bangladesh Relations?

The U.S Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asia Donald Lu paid a visit from January 12 to 15. During his brief but swarming...

Latest

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

This essay intends to analyze how Ethiopianism (Synthesis) is...

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

The development of Indonesia's new capital "Nusantara" continues to...

How Geopolitical Changes Influencing Africa’s Unity and Development

With geopolitical confrontation and tensions deepening, the key global...

Finnish bureaucracy beat Germany’s BASF, which announced staff cuts

Germany's BASF has announced staff cuts at its never-launched,...
spot_imgspot_img