Bangladesh is among the most precarious and unpredictable countries due to climate risks (Bangladesh Country Study, 2013). It is regularly stricken by annual flooding, or shortage of water during dry seasons; it frequently suffers from cyclones, storm surges, along with changing groundwater aquifer situations. Most of the land mass comprises of floodplains, and up to… Read More
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.
Interfaith relations in the last few hundred years have been marked by volatility and often devastating conflicts. This is because the nature of interfaith peace has been fundamentally misconstrued, and its capacity for alleviating human suffering has been woefully neglected. The genesis of cooperative interfaith relations lies in the realization that it is possible to… Read More
DHAKA – The worsening plight of Muslim Rohingya communities in Myanmar’s Rakhine state could soon imperil the country’s government, as well as the reputation of its leader, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. The crisis has been escalating since last October, when Myanmar’s military launched an offensive in which 130 Rohingya… Read More
The political wave of events spread across the globe in 2016 is representative of a very distinct concept of political science that had become widely observed over the last century and intensified across the globe last year: Populism. During the first round of Austria’s election in April 2016, Nobert Hofer came close to becoming head… Read More
A look back into the history of American election and peaceful power transition or the lack of it….
The exposé depicts the gaps in international laws and regulations in protecting people displaced due to hostile environmental factors resulting from climate change. Climate refugees are people who are forced to leave their homes and communities because of the effects of climate change and global warming. Though natural climate change has happened numerous times over billions of years on… Read More
The world’s primary energy supply is derived mainly from oil, coal and natural gas. To meet increasing energy demands and mitigating climate risks, it is important to look towards new technologies. These new sources will allow developing regions like South Asia to access cheaper and more economic sources of energy.
While the internet wildfire continues to be the economic driver for the privileged and the rich, the marginality should be taken into the internet bracket to clone (and boost) the stable socioeconomic development. “Today, high-speed broadband is not a luxury, it’s a necessity.” – President Obama, January 14, 2015. Let’s pause and reflect on what… Read More