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    Countering extremism in Bangladesh

    সন্ত্রাসবাদের ম্যাপে অন্তর্ভুক্ত হয়েছে বাংলাদেশ

    ‘হারাকা আল ইয়াকীন’ নামে মিয়ানমারে নতুন জঙ্গী সংগঠনের জন্ম

    আত্মজিজ্ঞাসা জরুরি                   

The Rise of ARSA: Threats and Strategic Implications for Bangladesh.

The rise Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) has attracted enormous media attention. The little know leader of the ARSA, Attullah Abu Ammar Jununi, has managed to draw international attention as the group attacked 30 police posts and an army base in the north of Myanmar’s Rakhine state. The counter offense from military of Myanmar forced thousands of Rohingya refugees to cross over the border into Bangladesh. Bangladesh is a country with a huge population and limited resources, facing a number of security challenges as influx of refugee continues. The inception of ARSA came at a time when the transnational terror outfits are trying to exploit the situation in the Rakhine state.

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Transnational Security: Local Approaches to Global Threats?

Security threats have long been hindering South Asia's stability and growth. How much do we know about them?

Read our latest commentary "Transnational Security: Local Approaches to Global Threats?" to know about the threats and their impacts on the region. Erina Mahmud writes. 

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"Rising Sea Level, Rising Threats"-RSIS Commentary.

S.Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) in Singapore has recently published a RSIS Commentary titled "Rising Sea Level, Rising Threats" authored by President BIPSS, Major General Muniruzzaman (Retd). The commentary is based on his briefing on Sea Level Rise (SLR) at the United Nations Security Council in New York. It analyses the impact of SLR and identifies its security implications.

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Radicalisation: The Battle of Narratives and Counter-narratives

Does fighting extremist propaganda always require heavy weapons? How do we fight the roots of radicalisation? Read what our Research Associate Saabir Jubaer thinks about countering extremist narratives: how counter-narratives fight extremist propaganda and how Bangladesh can better strategise counter-narratives to its utmost efficiency.

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