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Posts tagged with Awami League

Cooler Heads And Calmer Borders

Posted by: | August 5, 2011 Comments Off |

Iftekhar Ahmed Chowdhury Senior Research Fellow, ISAS The past few weeks have been good for inter-state relations among the otherwise quibbling South Asian states. This refers to India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Heads have remained cool and borders have remained calm. This is not the norm. So how has this come about? The answer is a […]

under: Author - Iftekhar Ahmed Chowdhury, Cluster - Multilateral & International Linkages
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M. Shahidul Islam Research Associate, ISAS Like most border-sharing neighbours the relations between India and Bangladesh have seen highs and lows owing to structural problems and cyclical issues. However, the Indo-Bangla ties have improved markedly in recent years, particularly following the Sheikh Hasina-led Awami League (AL) government’s return to power in December 2008. The joint […]

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The Crisis of Governance in South Asia

Posted by: | March 21, 2011 Comments Off |

M. Shahidul Islam Research Associate, ISAS While the developments in Pakistan in the past decade as far as its governance issues are concerned are highly disturbing, the situation is not very rosy in other parts of South Asia either. The other dominant countries of South Asia have had democratic governments installed but the state of […]

under: Author - M. Shahidul Islam, Cluster - Politics & Governance, Country - Bangladesh, Country - India, Country - Pakistan, Country - Sri Lanka
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