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Dangers and questions of the Zuckerberg era

There is clearly a need for regulation to reduce the negative aspects of the Internet and to reinforce positive values. The owners of social media platforms are now under increased scrutiny so they have taken the road of self-regulation. The...

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How to get past the US-China trade war

China's economic rise poses significant political and strategic challenges to...

E-commerce and belief-based business

E-commerce is no more a new fundamental business paradigm that...

Promoting greener medication: The reduction in asthma carbon footprint

In the context of declaring a planetary emergency, many proponents...

Trade liberalisation for development?

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank and the...

Resuscitating Dhaka's rivers: Relocation of factories a must  

Massive migrant influxes over time and the growth of over...

For the love of birds  

If rapacious, brutal and even sadistic instincts are witnessing unrelenting...

A tribute to the virtue of kindness  

Few of the people in Bangladesh, including the educated and...

Containing noisy, rowdy night parities   

Winter is approaching fast and so the season of celebration....

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The fall of the Berlin Wall and social democracy

It was already clear 30 years ago that the fall of the Berlin Wall would change everything. But precisely what that change will mean for world politics in the twenty-first century still remains to be seen. By 1989, the Soviet Union, and communism generally, had condemned tens of millions of...

UNESCO at 74: An overview of its laudable progress

United Nations Educational, Scientific and...

CCD: A new dimension in development sphere

Climate change and development are...

Gender issue in development work

Gender issue is considered a...

Slow moving rickshaws choking traffic  

SLOW-MOVING and manually driven rickshaws are a cause for traffic...