Bangladesh Not Positioned to Fight Domestic Terrorism

Bangladesh Not Positioned to Fight Domestic Terrorism A specialist in South Asian political and military affairs says Bangladesh is in a poor position to manage escalating terrorist attacks in the country. Speaking on VOA’s Asia Weekly podcast, Christine Fair, an associate professor at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Washington, attributes the problem to the high degree of politicization within the Bangladeshi police and judiciary. What Bangladesh "fundamentally suffers from is that the two parties, the Awami League and the BNP [Bangladesh Nationalist Party], have two different narratives of what the nation is," Fair said, describing the country as "evenly divided." "The BNP, more right of center, acknowledges the place of Islam in politics, and the Awa...
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