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Domestic bases of foreign policy: The case of Bangladesh’s policy towards India

2022-10-28T04:55:54+00:00

BANGLADESH POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW Domestic Bases of Foreign Policy: The Case of Bangladesh’s Policy Towards India Bibhuti Bhusan Biswas* Published: 14 October 2022 Bangladesh Political Science Review Volume 15, Number 01, June 2022 DOI : https://doi.org/10.57074/WXCC3705 ISSN  1609-7289 (Print) ABSTRACT Foreign policy is often regarded as an extension of domestic policy. Bangladesh's foreign policy, like that of any other state, is primarily a reflection of its socio-economic and political compulsions within international politics. Therefore, the task of tracing how such domestic factors influence foreign policy poses a significant theoretical [...]

Domestic bases of foreign policy: The case of Bangladesh’s policy towards India2022-10-28T04:55:54+00:00

A Critical Appraisal of the Sustainability of Bangladesh’s Water Governance from Nexus Perspectives

2022-10-28T04:54:56+00:00

BANGLADESH POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW A Critical Appraisal of the Sustainability of Bangladesh’s Water Governance from Nexus Perspectives Sajid Karim* Published: 14 October 2022 Bangladesh Political Science Review Volume 15, Number 01, June 2022 DOI : https://doi.org/10.57074/WPMU4745 ISSN  1609-7289 (Print) ABSTRACT Demographic change, coupled with industrialization, urbanization, and economic activities, has vastly increased the demand for water in Bangladesh in different sectors. This has resulted in the over-exploitation of water resources, leading to cross-sectoral competition among water, energy, food, and the environment. Since water is a crucial element for the [...]

A Critical Appraisal of the Sustainability of Bangladesh’s Water Governance from Nexus Perspectives2022-10-28T04:54:56+00:00

Governing the Bangladesh–India Borderland: No Melting Point for a State border and Social Boundary

2022-10-28T04:54:04+00:00

BANGLADESH POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW Governing the Bangladesh–India borderland: No melting point for a state border and social boundary Abu Sufian* Published: 14 October 2022 Bangladesh Political Science Review Volume 15, Number 01, June 2022 DOI : https://doi.org/10.57074/NMFN4057 ISSN  1609-7289 (Print) ABSTRACT Why has the Bangladesh–India borderland become a highly securitized and motion-unfriendly borderscape in South Asia? In an attempt to answer the question, this study delves into the changing nature of the geopolitical governmentality and states’ perspectives on border governance in the Bangladesh–India borderland. Based on secondary data, this [...]

Governing the Bangladesh–India Borderland: No Melting Point for a State border and Social Boundary2022-10-28T04:54:04+00:00

Constraints related to the Community Management Model for Shared Drinking Water Systems Governance in Coastal Bangladesh

2022-10-28T04:53:11+00:00

BANGLADESH POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW Constraints related to the Community Management Model for Shared Drinking Water Systems Governance in Coastal Bangladesh Muhammad Badrul Hasan* Published: 14 October 2022 Bangladesh Political Science Review Volume 15, Number 01, June 2022 DOI : https://doi.org/10.57074/OLNU3609 ISSN  1609-7289 (Print) ABSTRACT The community management (CM) model has been touted as a superior alternative to state control or privatization with regard to the governance of rural Bangladesh's shared drinking water systems (SDWSs) since the 1990s. Later, especially around the start of the 21st century, this model reached [...]

Constraints related to the Community Management Model for Shared Drinking Water Systems Governance in Coastal Bangladesh2022-10-28T04:53:11+00:00

Addressing the Housing Needs of Low-Income Internal Migrants in Chattogram City: The Role of City Governance

2022-10-28T04:52:20+00:00

BANGLADESH POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW Addressing the Housing Needs of Low-Income Internal Migrants in Chattogram City: The Role of City Governance Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan* Published: 14 October 2022 Bangladesh Political Science Review Volume 15, Number 01, June 2022 DOI : https://doi.org/10.57074/AORT9262 ISSN  1609-7289 (Print) ABSTRACT Based on fieldwork conducted in the second largest city of Bangladesh, Chattogram, this paper raises concerns regarding the current situation of the low-income migrant population. It also examines how the existing urbanization and city development policies are dealing with migrants and the complexities that [...]

Addressing the Housing Needs of Low-Income Internal Migrants in Chattogram City: The Role of City Governance2022-10-28T04:52:20+00:00

Geopolitics and International Negotiations: Challenges and Options for Bangladesh

2022-10-28T04:51:16+00:00

BANGLADESH POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW Geopolitics and International Negotiations: Challenges and Options for Bangladesh * Mohammad Aynul Islam & Rubel Molla Published: 14 October 2022 Bangladesh Political Science Review Volume 15, Number 01, June 2022 DOI : https://doi.org/10.57074/ZHWA8138 ISSN  1609-7289 (Print) ABSTRACT The paradigm shifts in the centre of gravity of global power, growing multipolarity, and enhanced role of small powers in international relations have been affecting the negotiation strategies around the world in recent decades. Moreover, the relative decline of the US’ hegemonic influence and rise of China [...]

Geopolitics and International Negotiations: Challenges and Options for Bangladesh2022-10-28T04:51:16+00:00

Fifty Years of Bangladesh-Japan Relations: Japan’s Contribution to the Freedom Struggle of Bangladesh

2022-10-28T04:50:09+00:00

BANGLADESH POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW Fifty Years of Bangladesh-Japan Relations: Japan’s Contribution to the Freedom Struggle of Bangladesh S. M. Ali Reza* Published: 14 October 2022 Bangladesh Political Science Review Volume 15, Number 01, June 2022 DOI : https://doi.org/10.57074/VCFG2663 ISSN  1609-7289 (Print) ABSTRACT The year 2022 marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Bangladesh and Japan. Japan was one of the first countries to recognize Bangladesh officially, on 10th February 1972, fewer than two months after the latter gained independence. This article investigates the great assistance [...]

Fifty Years of Bangladesh-Japan Relations: Japan’s Contribution to the Freedom Struggle of Bangladesh2022-10-28T04:50:09+00:00

Bonhomie of India-Bangladesh Relations in the Post-2008 Period

2022-10-28T04:48:43+00:00

BANGLADESH POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW Bonhomie of India-Bangladesh Relations in the Post-2008 Period Sanjay K. Bhardwaj* Published: 14 October 2022 Bangladesh Political Science Review Volume 15, Number 01, June 2022 DOI : https://doi.org/10.57074/JGZK8759 ISSN  1609-7289 (Print) ABSTRACT The relations between India and Bangladesh are embedded in their shared history, geographical proximity, economic interdependency, and cultural affinity, as well as their positioning within the geopolitical conditions of the South Asian region. Since 1971, the year when Bangladesh became an independent nation, its bilateral relationships have frequently fluctuated. From the period of [...]

Bonhomie of India-Bangladesh Relations in the Post-2008 Period2022-10-28T04:48:43+00:00