Adnan R Amin | The Daily Star
  • Adnan R Amin

    The writer is a strategy and communications consultant.

  • Rohingyas and the cost of kindness

    It is certain that the present Rohingya sensation will soon die down, and be replaced in public memory by something far more banal.
  • Silence Of Friends: Activism in the Modern Era

    Social media has opened floodgates of unexamined causes and unstoppable rebels. With the license to post/share anything and zero accountability, young men and women have taken to protests and activism over anything and everything.
  • Social ripples of rape

    When alleged rapist Shafat Ahmed and accomplice Shadman Sakif were arrested, and the former's father brought under investigation, I had decided not to write about the rape incident that took place in a hotel in Banani.
  • An idea whose time has come

    A great example of citizens failing to arrest political devolution is how a mediocre businessman – with a bad toupée, vocabulary of a fifth grader and freakishly small hands – danced his way to the American presidency.
  • An Unwanted People

    The International Community seems to be unable, if not unwilling, to adequately respond to the recent escalation in Rohingya persecution. Long before this crackdown, apartheid conditions prevailed for the Muslim minority.