Military in Law Enforcement – Capacity Building

By |2024-02-21T09:47:41-10:00February 1st, 2024|Categories: Fellow Projects|Tags: , |

Verena Neundter Regional Delegate for Police and Security Forces, International Committee of the Red CrossCovering Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and China (2020-2023) CSC 22-3 Your Content Goes Here Project timeline: 10/26/2022 – 4/28/2023 Ms. Verena Neundter observed a necessity to remind military personnel about their responsibilities and limitations when deployed to exercise police powers in support of local law enforcement agencies. As she was based during this period in Sri Lanka, Ms. Neundter conducted a workshop in two different regions for a total of 90 commanders of the Sri Lankan army. She designed a curriculum emphasizing procedures [...]

Bangladesh at 50: The Rise of A Bangladesh That Can Say No  

By |2022-01-06T16:23:16-10:00January 7th, 2022|Categories: Journal, news|Tags: |

“Bangladesh at 50: The Rise of a Bangladesh that can say no” is a new Security Nexus article written by DKI APCSS alumna Dr. Lailufar Yasmin, a professor at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.     Abstract: Bangladesh celebrated its 50 years of independence in 2021. Since October 2020, as Bangladesh’s per capita income increased beyond that of India, it has gained international attention about its success and has become a center of analysis as to why. This article argues that the existing analyses misses the notion that Bangladesh’s internal economic success is very much connected with its foreign policy choices. Gradually, within 50 years of its existence, Bangladesh [...]

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