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Asian Conflicts Reports  2013

To Build trust among multinational participants to encourage wider network and strategic communication, COUNCIL FOR ASIAN TRANSNATIONAL THREAT RESEARCH (CATR) was founded in response to the request of multinational representatives attending a 2005 counter-terrorism conference sponsored by the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM), the Southeast Asia Regional Centre for Counter Terrorism (SEARCCT), and the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA).BIPSS is one of the members of this consortium. President BIPSS is a member of CATR board. The latest copy of CATR publication  Read More

 

ACR Issues

  1. ACR January-February-2013
  2. ACR January-February-2012
  3. ACR September-November-2011
  4. ACR July- August-2011
  5. ACR May-June-2011
  6. ACR March -2011
  7. ACR january-february-2011
  8. ACR March- 2010
  9. ACR June- 2010
  10. ACR July- 2010
  11. ACR August- 2009
  12. ACR June- 2009
  13. ACR May- 2009
  14. ACR April- 2009
  15. ACR March- 2009
  16. ACR February- 2009
  17. ACR January- 2009

Council For Asian Terrorism Research Issue 4 | April, 2009

On 25 and 26 February 2009, over a period spanning thirty six hours, Dhaka was torn apart by a bloody mutiny. Members of the Bangladesh Rifles, a paramilitary force which guards Bangladesh’s borders, took up arms in revolt ...

By Shafqat Munir, BIPSS Research Analyst based in ICPVTR, Singapore. Read more...

 

Royal United Services Institute Independent Talking on Defence and Security Studies

The BDR Mutiny in Bangladesh:Understanding the National and Regional Implications Bangladesh is still reeling from the massacre of army officers at the hands of mutinous members of the Bangladesh Rifles (BDR). The tragedy has left an indelible mark on the country’s psyche. As a spate of urgent enquires are launched to determine the reasons behind the February 2009 bloodbath, the country is vulnerable and open to exploitation by an assortment of militants.

By Shafqat Munir, BIPSS Research Analyst based in ICPVTR, Singapore. Read more ...

Bangladesh: A fragmenting nation?


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