In connection with Brighter Lives for Refugees campaign, IKEA has donated a total of €30.8 million to help the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) bring light and renewable energy to refugee camps across Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The impacts of this initiative are: Over 284,000 refugees and members of host communities in Ethiopia… Read More
The harrowing encounters of the Muslim Rohingya minority group is a testament of the constant struggle for basic human rights which others take for granted, the rights that people are entitled to by virtue of them being human. This ethnic Muslim group constitute around one million of the total 50 million population in the Buddhist… Read More
Abstract: Braving odds, Bangladesh has aggressed as a promising member of the N-11 economies (Next Eleven Emerging Market Economies). The sustenance of this growth requires uninterrupted energy supply and a careful scrutiny of the national energy mix to complement the government’s projected Vision 2021, Vision 2030 and Vision 2041. However, the shortage and constraint in… Read More
Recalibrating the environmentally damaged earth has never hit as breakneck pace as it has now with the Carbon Capturing and Storage (CCS) plants. This article is a blind taste test for the trade-offs and spin-offs of CCS as opposed to its expensive measurement in the developing countries.
With dynamic attack moves and tactical battle plans, ISIS is mulling custom designed strategies for each of its operation – a tool that decreases ISIS’s predictability and decoys the global security apparatus.
As the borderline is now thinning between the developing countries and emerging economies, it is now time to visualize the next runners of economic development and flag bearer of industrial revolution – the EAGLEs.
A look at the uprooting of people due to development projects and systemic means of reducing damage
Regional cooperation in counter-terrorism between China and South Asia has been persistently averted. This piece explores the renewed scope for cooperation in the face of emergent threats, and underscores the importance of joining forces against what may be the deadliest breed of international terrorism encountered thus far.
The battles to take back Mosul and Raqqa from ISIS have given rise to very important questions – What happens to ISIS as they physically disperse? Where do they go? What do they do?
Many environmental scholars and activists have challenged the efficacy of Carbon pricing – the taken elixir of climate change. This blog explores the avenues to complement the efficacy through needed fundamental changes and policy interventions.