Identity tag dehumanizes Rohingyas

Identity tag dehumanizes Rohingyas

Today we argue here some of the issues, which are long-settled couple of centuries back—so not supposed to even raise in modern-day, but we do as feel needed, though unfortunately. Starting with racial manipulation of identity tags (we been delicately tagged-by), which so far diffused in every nook and corner in Myanmar dehumanizing you, me […]

Political impasse in Bangladesh – Where the country heading towards

Political impasse in Bangladesh – Where the country heading towards

Infinite transport blockades and occasional strikes of BNP-led 20-party alliance, from January 04 to February 09, 2015, reportedly killed at least 85 people, mostly (51) burn to death, while vandalizing more than 990 vehicles and sending around 123 surviving burn victims to the hospitals in last 35 days only. More than one thousand political prisoners […]

South Asia’s Peace Nobel – Symbolic vs Pragmatic

South Asia’s Peace Nobel – Symbolic vs Pragmatic

This year Norwegian Nobel Committee awards peace prize to two South Asian child activists— Malala Yousafzai (being a teenager) and Kailash Satyarthi (working for children). One turns into famous daring to defy Taliban’s drag against women education and may be Noble Committee just upholds her symbolic unbeaten stands towards girls education in the fanatic Swat […]

Bangla-Burma bilateralism – Victim of Asymmetric Dyads

Bangla-Burma bilateralism – Victim of Asymmetric Dyads

Myanmar’s chronic martial rule (nowadays tends to improve) imposes upon major impediments towards the minimum maturation of effective bilateral relations with its closest neighbor, Bangladesh which was initiated through the Burmese recognition of Bangladesh as a sovereign state in 1972. Even after passing four decades of bilateralism, asymmetric dyads prevailing over both countries’ regimes syndrome […]