By Howell Ma The legalization of gay marriage is being argued in China right now. It is has been discussed […]
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Environmental Public Interest Litigation (EPIL) in China – Background and Overview
By Yu Zhuang Introduction of EPIL Environmental Public Interest Litigation (EPIL) in China permits qualified environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to […]
Language Challenges in the South China Sea Dispute
By Huanxin Luo Due to the number of claimants and the complexity of claims, the South China Sea dispute is […]
Anti-Terrorism and Counter-Extremism in Bangladesh: From Policy to Grassroots Activism
By Atif A. Choudhury
Holey Artisan Bakery is the kind of place where expats cure homesickness by indulging in a range of epicurean delights, while locals (especially kids) grab themselves a treat before fasting hours began. On July 1, during the waning days of Ramadan, seven heavily armed terrorists decided it was a suitable venue to rob 24 innocent people of their lives and to shock a nation of 170 million in the process.
Security forces may have killed the suspected Canadian-Bangladeshi plotter of Bangladesh’s worst terrorist attack. Yet the tragic saga of violent extremism and political violence is likely to continue.