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U.S.-Bangladesh Dialogue on Security Issues Concludes
Security Risks Monitor
Apr 23, 2014
US supports partnership in maritime security, counter terrorism, disaster risk management, peacekeeping, law enforcement, nonproliferation, joint military exercises and exchanges.
Bangladesh-US security dialogue
Security Risks Monitor
Apr 22, 2014
The US and Bangladesh hold dialogue to enhance collaboration in countering extremism and terrorism.
Bangladesh Navy’s Ming Class Subs Coming
Security Risks Research
Apr 8, 2014
Dhaka is purchasing two submarines from China in a deal that has portends of increasing militarisation of the Bay of Bengal.
Is Bangladesh On the Sights of Al Qaeda?
Rahul Bhonsle
Mar 7, 2014
Politics over the video may prove dangerous providing extremists the space that they have been seeking
Is Indian Political Influence Bringing Stability in South Asia?
Rahul Bhonsle
Jan 14, 2014
It is clear that, “strategic impassivity,” is not an option for India in the neighbourhood, constructive engagement without being too intrusive has yielded positive results and thus needs to be pursued in the years ahead.
India in a Spot in Bangladesh
Rahul Bhonsle
Jan 6, 2014
New Delhi failed to develop broad based political relations in Bangladesh
Confrontation in Bangladesh
Security Risks Monitor
Dec 27, 2013
The stage is set for a grand confrontation on the streets of Dhaka with the Awami League led interim government adamant not to allow the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) any political space
Bangladesh Finalises Submarine Deal with China
Security Risks Monitor
Dec 20, 2013
Enhancing underwater capability the submarines will be based in Cox' Baazar post 2019
India’s Bangladesh Dilemma Gets More Complex
Rahul Bhonsle
Dec 16, 2013
With non stop hartals and violence on streets of Dhaka and the BNP leadership virtually blaming India for bias, New Delhi's Bangladesh policy will remain challenged
India Bangladesh Depose over Maritime Boundary
Dec 10, 2013
Delimitation of India-Bangladesh Martime Boundary - Hearing in the Permanent Court of Arbitration, The Hague
Statement by Foreign Secretary at the meeting with Editors in Dhaka
Security Risks Monitor
Dec 5, 2013
In a oblique reference to the ongoing stand off in Dhaka, Sujatha Singh calls for dialogue to resolve the impasse
Bangladesh: Dangerous Politics of Non Consensus
Security Risks Research
Sep 4, 2013
Bangladesh: Dangerous Politics of Non Consensus
India Bangladesh 14th Meeting of Home Secretaries Discuss Chetia Release
Security Risks Monitor
Jul 23, 2013
India Bangladesh 14th Meeting of Home Secretaries Discuss Chetia Release
New Base for Bangladesh Air Force (BAF)
Security Risks Research
May 2, 2013
New Base for Bangladesh Air Force (BAF)
India Bangladesh Relations – Teesta Waters and Land Boundary Agreement
Security Risks Monitor
Feb 11, 2013
India Bangladesh Relations – Teesta Waters and Land Boundary Agreement
Bangladesh – Arming Without Aiming?
Rahul Bhonsle
Jan 31, 2013
Bangladesh – Arming Without Aiming?
Bangladesh Military Developments
Aug 20, 2012
An eight-member US delegation, led by US Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus was in Bangladesh and called on Chief of Naval Staff Vice Admiral Zahir Uddin Ahmed.
Armed Forces Modernisation and Upgradation
Rahul Bhonsle
Jul 24, 2012
The Bangladesh Armed forces is set on the path of major modernization and upgradation of hierarchy.
First Meeting of the India-Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission
Jun 19, 2012
First Meeting of India Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission chaired by India’s External Affairs Minister Mr S M Krishna and Bangladesh Foreign Affairs Minister Dr Dipu Moni was held on 7 May in Delhi.
Outpourings of Protest and Corruption in High Places
May 25, 2012
The BNP-led 18-party alliance called a hartal to protest government’s ‘failure to return’ missing BNP leader M Ilias Ali by deadline set for 28 April. The very next day saw 29 cocktails going off in six parts of the capital during the first day of the back-to-back hartal from Sunday to Monday
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