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Delwar Hossain

India-Bangladesh Post Assembly Elections in West Bengal and AssamIPCS Commentary, No. 5068, 24 June 2016

IPCS Forecast: Bangladesh in 2015IPCS Commentary, No. 4822, 31 January 2015

18th SAARC Summit: A Perspective from BangladeshIPCS Commentary, No. 4776, 15 December 2014

Bangladesh in Global Forums: Diplomacy vs. Domestic PoliticsIPCS Commentary, No. 4739, 17 November 2014

Bangladesh: Diplomatic Manoeuvres at the UNGAIPCS Commentary, No. 4702, 20 October 2014

Abe’s Successful Visit to Dhaka: Two Political ChallengesIPCS Commentary, No. 4658, 15 September 2014

Girl Summit Diplomacy and Bangladesh-UK RelationsIPCS Commentary, No. 4610, 18 August 2014

India-Bangladesh: After Sushma Swaraj's VisitIPCS Commentary, No. 4569, 21 July 2014

Bangladesh: A New Thrust Towards East AsiaIPCS Commentary, No. 4512, 16 June 2014

Bangladesh-US: Towards New Engagements?IPCS Commentary, No. 4446, 19 May 2014

India-Bangladesh: Enhancing Ties through a ‘Power Corridor’IPCS Commentary, No. 4394, 21 April 2014

East Meets West: Bangladesh and the BIMSTEC SummitIPCS Commentary, No. 4343, 17 March 2014

Bangladesh: Domestic Politics and External ActorsIPCS Commentary, No. 4313, 17 February 2014

Bangladesh Post Elections 2014: Redefining Domestic Politics?IPCS Commentary, No. 4261, 16 January 2014

The FSI Report: Is Bangladesh a Failing State?IPCS Commentary, No. 4090, 17 August 2013

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