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    Countering extremism in Bangladesh

    সন্ত্রাসবাদের ম্যাপে অন্তর্ভুক্ত হয়েছে বাংলাদেশ

    ‘হারাকা আল ইয়াকীন’ নামে মিয়ানমারে নতুন জঙ্গী সংগঠনের জন্ম

    আত্মজিজ্ঞাসা জরুরি                   

Political Transition in India - What It Means for South Asia and Beyond

BIPSS Eminent Person Lecture by Dr. C. Raja Mohan

Dr. C. Raja Mohan, Distinguished Fellow and Head of Strategic Studies at the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) in New Delhi delivered BIPSS 'Eminent Person Lecture' on June 11, 2014 in Dhaka. The lecture was titled ‘Political Transition in India: What It Means for South Asia and Beyond’. During his lecture, he analysed the implications of the recent political transition in India for the South Asian region. Dr. Raja Mohan highlighted that there will be new dynamics in India’s relationship with its neighbors. Dr. Raja Mohan also discussed how the contours of India’s relationship with countries beyond the South Asian region will also take shape in the coming days.

The event was presided over by the Major General A N M Muniruzzaman, ndc, psc, (Retd), President, BIPSS. The event was attended by a large audience comprising of academics, former diplomats of Bangladesh, foreign diplomats, members of civil society, media persons and a large number of youth.


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Political Transformation on Myanmar – Implications for the Neighbourhood

An expert roundtable on ‘Political Transformation on Myanmar – Implications for the Neighbourhood’ was held on 08 May 2014 at BIPSS. Dr. Nicholas Farrelly, Research Fellow at the School of International Political and Strategic Studies at the Australian National University (ANU) presented the keynote paper. Dr. Farrelly is an internationally renowned scholar on Myanmar and was visiting Bangladesh as part of his field research in the region. 

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Roundtable on Strengthening Responses to Climate Variability


Bangladesh Institute of Peace and Security Studies (BIPSS) and International Alert, (UK ) jointly arranged a roundtable titled “Strengthening Responses to Climate Variability” on May 04, 2014 from 10.30 am to 11:30 am at BIPSS Conference Room. The objective was to advance the critical discussion on the inter-linkages between climate change, peace and human security in Bangladesh. It brought together experts from the security, climate change, development and humanitarian relief sectors to promote appropriate policy and institutional responses.


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Bangladesh Institute of Peace and Security Studies (BIPSS) arranged a youth dialogue titled “Building Social Harmony: Interfaith Youth Dialogue” on 10th March, 2014. The aim of this dialogue was to find out the general position of each faith, in the present time, in relation to other faith based communities, state and society and inter-communal relations in Bangladesh. The state of religious minorities, the probable remedies of their worries and ways to enhance social harmony in Bangladesh were also discussed. A press release about the dialogue would be made and a summary of the dialogue would be published in BIPSS website and also be disseminated to concerned stake holders.

The day long dialogue was held at hotel Lake Castle, Gulshan, Dhaka. H.E Heather Cruden, the Canadian High Commissioner in Bangladesh had attended the dialogue as Chief Guest. President, BIPSS Major General Muniruzzaman (Retd), some BIPSS researchers and four theologians/clerics from four major religions were also present in the dialogue in addition to the youth participants from various faiths in Bangladesh.

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