Unpacking Human Rights Violations in India during COVID-19

Introduction There remains little doubt that India has eclipsed, surpassed, and become a shining example of a decaying democracy. In India, healthcare, in the 21st Century, is next to be absent. While one might hold healthcare as a fundamental right, the Indian healthcare system is significantly collapsed. The government has failed. Upon re-visit, “failed” would…Read More

Impact of COVID-19 on Ready-made Garments Workers in Bangladesh

Abstract COVID-19 is an overwhelming crisis that has touched almost every sector. As the Ready-made Garments (RMG) sector is closely integrated with the global supply chain, it is important to understand the implications of COVID-19 on RMG workers as they are the most vulnerable in this situation. This article aims to explore the socio-economic impacts…Read More

Economic Migration and Human Rights in Bangladesh

Abstract International migration has an effective contribution to economic development in Bangladesh. But sometimes they have faced inhuman behavior, which is against labor law. Bangladesh government has few institutions, who are dealing with the migration process including labor rights. There is some theoretical explanation as to why so many people going out. In this article,…Read More

The Force As a Dominant Component Of Global Powers’ Unilateralism In International Relations

Abstract The essence of geopolitics is most often sought and seen in political forces that fight each other, intending to achieve a dominant role in and over society. Within such views on politics, science undoubtedly owes the most to Machiavelli, whose works can be considered the first inspirers of modern realistic theories in political science….Read More

Election, Religion & Sports Are Tool to Manipulate People: Analysis of World’s Largest Democratic Country India’s Current Situation

Abstract The democratic system gives the fair right to their people. But there are some things that lay behind in the democratic system that can easily manipulate his people. And the most interesting thing is that people are also manipulated by their own will. Recently, the number of deaths due to COVID-19 in India has…Read More

Sharing the Ganges: A Bangladesh Perspective on Environmental Impacts and Political Implications

Abstract Among the cross-boundary rivers of two south Asian neighbors Bangladesh and India, the Himalayan river of Ganges occupies a strategically significant place. The largest of the shared rivers is also a major driver in the ecology and livelihood of both territories. A dispute over sharing the Ganges water started with India’s construction of a…Read More

Statelessness From the View of Hannah Arendt to Present International Law

Abstract UNHCR estimates that there are approximately over 12 million stateless persons in the world. Due to gaps in data collection by governments, the UN, and civil society, a full breakdown of this figure is beyond reach. The stateless are, in effect, the rightless because the loss of citizenship in the nation-state dynamic also means…Read More

Thinking Global Local And Why We Should Care About The Environment, Climate Change

Abstract Climate change is a major problem caused by human activities or human mismanagement of the environment, resulting in several direct and indirect impacts on man’s health and the planet. These man-induced changes have wide-range harmful effects, including, increase in heat-related mortality, dehydration, the spread of infectious diseases, malnutrition, damages to public infrastructure, forced migration…Read More

The ‘Humanity’ in Humanitarian Intervention: A Critical Analysis

Abstract The concept of Humanitarian intervention has been discussed in International Relations discourse as well as under International Law. It is used as an acceptable practice under International Law and a normative practice of the states. However, it seems that such a practice is contradictory to the basic principles of International Law because the authority…Read More