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Humanitarian Relief to Bangladesh: U.N. Appeals, U.S. and Other Responses, and Problems of Distribution
This report discuses the provision of humanitarian aid in Bangladesh through the United Nations following the 1971 war between India and Pakistan and the difficulties of distributing the aid to the interior of the country.
The Rohingya Crises in Bangladesh and Burma
This report discusses the Rohingya refugee crisis in Burma and Bangladesh and proposed legislation in Congress regarding restrictions on Burmese military officials, trade, and humanitarian assistance. A brief background on the Rohingya people group, repressive policies by the Burmese government, current conditions in Burma and Bangladesh, risks of radicalization, human rights violations, and attempts by the U.N. and others to resolve the conflict are included in the report.
The India-Pakistan War of November-December 1971: Background, Causes, and The Role of American Diplomacy
This report discusses the November and December 1971, war between India and Pakistan over the persecution of Hindus by the West Pakistani army fighting East Pakistani rebels in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and their refusal to allow East Pakistan to become independent. The war ended with India's defeat of the West Pakistani army in East Pakistan and the recognition of the new country of Bangladesh. U.S. policy towards India and Pakistan is also discussed.
Aid Transparency Country Pilot Assessment
The primary goals of this report is to find how much demand partnering countries have for information the U.S. Government is making available for international aid, review how well partnering countries are able to access the information, inform partnering countries of the available international aid data, and recommend ways to improve data sharing and use.
Bangladesh: Political and Strategic Developments and U.S. Interests
This report provides historical background and geography of Bangladesh. The report discusses the contemporary political situation, election and Bangladesh politics.
Bangladesh: Political Turmoil and Transition
This report provides background information on the history and geography of Bangladesh. The report discusses the recent developments, the bilateral relations with United States, politics and elections in Bangladesh.
The Islamist Militant Threat in Bangladesh
This report discusses the current security climate in Bangladesh in regards to terrorism. Bangladesh is attractive to jihadists because it is a politically destabilized Muslim majority nation that could offer inroads to both Burma, through the alienated Muslim Rohingya refugee group, or to neighboring India.