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Md. Shahidul Haque

Md. Shahidul Haque

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Md. Shahidul Haque, a former foreign secretary of Bangladesh, is a senior fellow at North South University in Dhaka. 

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  1. Avoiding a COVID-19 Migration Crisis
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    Avoiding a COVID-19 Migration Crisis

    Apr 14, 2020 Md. Shahidul Haque warns that the pandemic will increase pressure on national borders as people seek health services.

  2. The Silent Suffering of Climate Migrants
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    The Silent Suffering of Climate Migrants

    Oct 3, 2019 Md. Shahidul Haque & M. Riaz Hamidullah call for greater global efforts to recognize and protect people displaced by climatic disasters.

  3. Making Migration Work for Everyone
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    Making Migration Work for Everyone

    Jun 20, 2019 Md. Shahidul Haque thinks managing changing patterns in the movement of people will require a new global-governance framework.

  4. Our Duty to Migrants and Refugees
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    Our Duty to Migrants and Refugees

    Feb 1, 2017 Md. Shahidul Haque reminds governments of their collective responsibility to address vulnerable populations' needs.

  5. The Future of Migration Governance
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    The Future of Migration Governance

    Dec 7, 2016 Md. Shahidul Haque calls on national governments to rally behind a new framework for managing the movement of people.

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    Judgment Days for Democracy

    Nicholas Reed Langen suspects that judges will play an increasingly central role in protecting democracy against populist assaults.
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    A Global Cash-Transfer Fund Could End Extreme Poverty

    Cina Lawson & Rory Stewart

    Cash transfers offer a transformative solution to multidimensional poverty, by enhancing dozens of outcomes simultaneously. They have already proven effective, adaptable, and replicable, and now they are becoming more attainable every year with growing mobile coverage and improved digital infrastructure.

    show that the conditions are ripe for deploying lump-sum payments to the world’s poorest people.
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    The Drums of US-China Cyber War

    Stephen S. Roach worries that irrational Sinophobia has become America's new bipartisan political orthodoxy.
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    Japan as Number Four

    Takatoshi Ito hopes the news that the economy has slipped from third place globally will serve as a wake-up call.
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    The Financial March to War

    Harold James explains how currency wars and speculation could feature in today’s great-power conflicts.
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    A Stablecoin Pilot in China?

    Andrew Sheng & Xiao Geng see an opportunity in Hong Kong’s efforts to establish a regulatory regime for issuers of the cryptoasset.
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    The War for the West

    Ivan Krastev interviewed by Sławomir Sierakowski about the conflict in Ukraine and the challenges facing Western democracies in a changing world.
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    An Antidote to the Polarization Poison

    Ngaire Woods suggests how policymakers can foster a sense of solidarity among people of different political creeds.
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    How America’s CHIPS Act Hurts Taiwan

    Chang-Tai Hsieh, et al. worry that US inducements are luring the world’s top semiconductor manufacturer down a dead end.

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