C. Rashaad Shabab

It could have been me

Privilege and power go hand in hand. Those who were most affected by the murder of the elderly Buddhist monk, who was hacked to death in May, did not have the power to influence national policy. Those of us who 'could have been' at Holey, do.

Brexit: Causes and Implications

The votes have been counted, and the decision is in: The United Kingdom will leave the European Union. Professional economists have spoken with an unprecedented unanimity that this will make the UK substantially poorer: 196 of them,

The price of non-governmental growth

It is well known that since the 1980s, Bangladesh has made astonishing progress on a wide variety of development indicators such as reducing the prevalence of extreme hunger and poverty...

The case against the Islamic Military Alliance

Two days before Bangladesh celebrated its 44th Victory Day, Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince and defence minister, Mohammed bin Salman...

Banishing Terrorism from Bangladesh Now and Forever

In a Muslim majority country such as Bangladesh, terrorism can only flourish when sincere Muslims fail to take Islam's message of peace and tolerance to their wider communities.

When Silence Kills

Within fifty seconds of the clock striking 8:49 am, on July 7, 2005 three bombs exploded at different points of the London underground network.

SUVs and Rickshaws

The key facts of the case I analyse here are as follows: An underage driver crashed into two rickshaws. He was caught red-handed. Police officers who responded to the incident have given statements confirming that the perpetrator was drunk, that he did not hold a driver's licence.

July 18, 2016
July 18, 2016

It could have been me

Privilege and power go hand in hand. Those who were most affected by the murder of the elderly Buddhist monk, who was hacked to death in May, did not have the power to influence national policy. Those of us who 'could have been' at Holey, do.

June 26, 2016
June 26, 2016

Brexit: Causes and Implications

The votes have been counted, and the decision is in: The United Kingdom will leave the European Union. Professional economists have spoken with an unprecedented unanimity that this will make the UK substantially poorer: 196 of them,

May 28, 2016
May 28, 2016

The price of non-governmental growth

It is well known that since the 1980s, Bangladesh has made astonishing progress on a wide variety of development indicators such as reducing the prevalence of extreme hunger and poverty...

December 28, 2015
December 28, 2015

The case against the Islamic Military Alliance

Two days before Bangladesh celebrated its 44th Victory Day, Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince and defence minister, Mohammed bin Salman...

November 28, 2015
November 28, 2015

Banishing Terrorism from Bangladesh Now and Forever

In a Muslim majority country such as Bangladesh, terrorism can only flourish when sincere Muslims fail to take Islam's message of peace and tolerance to their wider communities.

November 10, 2015
November 10, 2015

When Silence Kills

Within fifty seconds of the clock striking 8:49 am, on July 7, 2005 three bombs exploded at different points of the London underground network.

October 18, 2015
October 18, 2015

SUVs and Rickshaws

The key facts of the case I analyse here are as follows: An underage driver crashed into two rickshaws. He was caught red-handed. Police officers who responded to the incident have given statements confirming that the perpetrator was drunk, that he did not hold a driver's licence.

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