IPAG Team meets ADB’s Chief Economist

On May 7, 2023, Albert Park, Chief Economist at the Asian Development Bank (ADB), along with the IPAG team, engaged in a comprehensive discussion on energy, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and institutional research in Bangladesh. Being recognized as an authority on economic and development trends, his insights during the discussion were of immense value… Read More

China’s Role in Conflict Mediation: A Case Study of the Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Bangladesh

Link: https://csep.org/reports/chinas-role-in-conflict-mediation-a-case-study-of-the-rohingyarefugee-crisisin-bangladesh/   Abstract Since 2012, when Xi Jinping became general secretary of the Communist Party of China, China’s mediation tactics have moved in a different direction. In 2017, as violence swept across Rakhine State in Myanmar, there was an influx of Rohingya refugees into Bangladesh, placing enormous constraints on the developing country. China has… Read More

Empowering Digital Citizens: How Can We Make This Work?

Tune in to the Global Solutions Summit, world’s premier forum for transforming research into policy for the #G7 #G20 and beyond. Prof. Khasru on “Empowering Digital Citizens” May 16, 2023 at 04:00 pm (GMT +2) Full program and line-up here: https://www.global-solutions-initiative.org/summit-2023/  Related: skechers arch fit mens sale, jazz fest 2022 schedule, x increased by 6… Read More

2023 climate talks can deliver better results with more preparation

Six months out from the 2023 U.N. Climate Change Conference, concerns are rising about the gap between the measures that governments are taking and the actions that scientists say are necessary to stop catastrophic climate change. The stakes will be high when the United Arab Emirates, a top oil producer, convenes the summit, formally the… Read More

Global Challenges and Asia: How ADBI can help connect the dotted lines.

Prof. Syed Munir Khasru, Chairman, IPAG spoke at the seminar in Tokyo on April 26, 2023 hosted by the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) on the “Global Challenges and Asia: Can ADBI help connect the dotted lines?”. Prof Khasru discussed the major global challenges and how they are affecting Asia. He provided insights into how… Read More

Is the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation still relevant?

For nearly a quarter of its existence, the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) has not held a summit. When the term of its last secretary general ended last February, confusion reigned over his replacement. It was Afghanistan’s turn to put forth a candidate but none of the other SAARC members recognise the Taliban…. Read More

Global Challenges and Asia: Can ADBI can help connect the dotted lines?

Prof Khasru will discuss major global challenges and how they are affecting Asia. He will provide insights into how ADBI can help Asia in meeting the challenges and the role ADBI can play in that process. Particularly what strategies and policies may help ADBI in meeting the newly emerging challenges in a rapidly changing world…. Read More

India in Asia: Deeper Engagement Conference

Prof. Khasru was invited to speak at the India in Asia: Deeper Engagement Annual Conference in March 2023, hosted by the Centre for Social and Economic Progress (CSEP) in Rajhastan, India. Other prominent speakers included Tharman Shanmugaratnam Senior Minister, Singapore and Anantha Nageswaran, Chief Economic Adviser, Ministry of Finance, India.Related: jayda wayda clothing line website,… Read More

G7 Task Force
Australia Cyber Conference 2023

Prof. Khasru spoke on “AI and machine learning: The changing knowledge ecosystem of Australia and the challenges ahead” at the AISA Cyber Conference in Canberra, on March 22, 2023. Other speakers at the conference included Cyber Security and Home Minister Clare O’Neil & former Prime Minister John Howard OM AC.