Two-and-a-half decades on from the end of military rule, Bangladesh faces many of the same critical problems it always has.
It's a dirty scientific job – but it could save lives.
Successful policy interventions, especially those in the social realm influenced by the vagaries of human behaviour, don’t seem to travel well.
The focus of food production systems, including aquaculture, must move beyond maximising yields to consider nutritional quality too.
The idea of relocating thousands of Rohingya refugees to a remote flood-prone island would set a bad precedent for managing human rights crises.
Bangladesh is a global poster child when it comes to improving women’s status in the developing and the Muslim worlds. But a recent amendment to the country's marriage law threatens its progress.
Rohingya songs and drawings are a form of resistance against the persecutions they face in Myanmar and in Bangladesh.
Abuses on Rohingyas have reached new height but neither Myanmar nor neighbouring Bangladesh are taking responsibilities to grant basic human rights to this population.
Talks among ASEAN leaders are often limited to political and economic issues, pushing problems with deep social and cultural roots like the persecution of ethnic Rohingya to the margins.
Countering violent extremism in Bangladesh will require a change in the political climate of the country so that young are exposed to diverse political avenues and have a real chance of getting a job.
The deadly attack on Holey bakery in July 2016 and a recent spate of crimes against minorities show that Bangladesh's commitment to secularism and pluralism are at stake.
Research into banks' charitable activities shows a strong interest in disclosing donations made the the ruling family's causes.
Climate change will certainly affect Bangladesh but claims of climate change refugees are premature.
The Paris Agreement is in place, but there's still much to lose for the least developed countries.
Meet Bhokal, who has already lost so much due to environmental disasters, and who needs the Paris agreement to be a success.
A new tool is tracking attacks on people for their religion, politics, caste, ethnicity, gender, class and sexual orientation.
As cities trumpet their liveability, creativity and greenness, many informal settlement activities are often relegated to the shadows.
The Global South needs stronger commitments from rich countries to achieve long-term climate success.
Nearly 5m tonnes of coal will soon be shipped through the Sundarbans each year.
The people responsible for the country's successes are the victims of its political failures.