Tag: Bangladesh

In a Parliamentary System The Conviction of Imelda Marcos Would Have Fewer Political Implications

Former Philippine First Lady and long serving member of Congress Imelda Marcos was just convicted of engaging in graft stemming from decades old allegations. The conviction which is likely to be appealed casts doubt on Imelda’s planned election run for the governorship of Ilocos Norte. Beyond this, the conviction has one obvious […]

Imran Khan – ‘We Are All Pakistanis Now’: Refugee Policy Makes History

Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Imran Khan has pledged to grant Pakistani citizenship to 1.5 million Afghan refugees and 200,000 million Bangladeshi refugees, many of whom have been living in Pakistan for decades. The statement came without prior warning and has sent shockwaves throughout Pakistan’s political community. While it remains the […]

Time Magazine’s Infamous Duterte Hater Ignores Crimes of Bangladeshi Regime in Feeble Attempt to Slander The Philippines

Times magazine’s recent cover story which singled out Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte as a “strongman” along side Russian President Vladimir Putin, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was seen by many in The Philippines as an accidental compliment. After years of ineffective and corrupt leadership, President […]