Akmal Hossain

Akmal Hossain

About Akmal Hossain

The writer is a post-graduate student of political science and independent researcher at University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

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Intense social movements, robust economic development must for sustaining Bangladesh’s democratic freedoms

Bangladesh exhibits some positive aspects of democracy that are highly dependent on some economic and political factors

Bangladesh's self-defeating 'sculpture politics': Who gains?

Many people want to know why the ruling Awami League is perpetuating this "sculpture politics". Why is this issue being given so much importance so as to forget the numerous other challenges Bangladesh is facing? writes Akmal Hossain for South Asia Monitor

Popular apathy towards elections a sign of institutional shortcomings in Bangladesh?

Fracturing political institutions like the Election Commission, Parliament and the Judiciary are also responsible for the popular apathy and political decay in Bangladesh, writes Akmal Hossain for South Asia Monitor

Vulnerable communities in Bangladesh to be worst hit by climate crisis

Bangladesh and Maldives, amongst others, are the most afflicted and vulnerable victims of environmental pollution and climate change, Write Akmal Hossain for South Asia Monitor

Has dengue become a security threat to Bangladesh?

Hundreds of dengue-affected patients are receiving treatment in different public and private hospitals in Dhaka, but hospitals are full to the brim and facing challenges to handle the crisis due to lack of sufficient equipment and manpower, writes Akmal Hossain for South Asia Monitor