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Bangladesh

This page displays all Asia Society content on Bangladesh in reverse chronological order.

interview
Historian Peter Frankopan has written a brillant follow up to his bestseller «The Silk Roads». In the three years since its release the world has changed at an enormous pace. We asked him how the BRI plays into these recent developments.
interview
Debra Eisenman joined VOA Asia to talk about the outbreak of conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State—between a Rakhine ethnic armed group and Myanmar’s military.
article
On November 29, 2018, Tarun Khanna, Falguni Nayar, R. Dinesh, and Dhanpal Jhaveri discussed the need for trust in business and entrepreneurship challenges in developing economies.
series
By Savitri Taylor, Associate Professor Law School, La Trobe University

What would a humanitarian asylum seeker policy look like?
Article
The class of 2018 — 30 extraordinary selectees from across Asia — traveled to the Philippines for discussion, celebration, and networking.
article
On October 30, 2018, Bharat Karnad and Meena Menon discussed India's Foreign Policy under Narendra Modi, based on Karnad's new book - Staggering Forward: Narendra Modi and India's Global Ambition.
article
A screening of the documentary A Tongue Untied - The Story of Dakhani, written and directed by Gautam Pemmaraju. A film about humour and satire in Dakhani - a vernacular form of Urdu spoken across the Deccan region.
Article
The new class adds to a pool of over 900 professionals under the age of 40 from 40 nations.
Article
Asia Society Policy Institute issues a new paper highlighting the challenges and opportunities facing Myanmar, and how the West should engage the country.
Article
Arts and museum experts discussed how to cultivate an arts community in the 21st century in Manila, Philippines, November 6-7, 2017.
series
By Dr Melissa Crouch, Senior Lecturer in the Law Faculty, University of New South Wales

The violence in Rakhine State should be addressed with deep engagement rather than isolation.
Video
Academics discuss the large-scale human migrations that occurred during the partition of British India.
Blog Post
Asia Society's Debra Eisenman discusses the unfolding crisis involving the group often called "the world's most persecuted minority."
Blog Post
Human trafficking expert Matt Friedman describes how millions are lured into slavery in Asia — and what can be done about it.
interview
Contributing writer Matthew Fennell caught up with Asia Society Korea’s Young Joon (YJ) Kim to discuss the work of the Asian University for Women Support Foundation.
Article
Asia 21 Class of 2017