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Dr. Arpita Hazarika

Bio: Dr Arpita Hazarika is a Gauhati University, Assam, India-based researcher. She is very interested in refugee affairs, political economy, security and strategic affairs, and foreign policies of the Asia-Pacific region. She visited a number of countries such as Bangladesh, Myanmar, China, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, UK, USA, France, Japan, Australia, Thailand, Singapore, and Canada. She has research works on India-Bangladesh affairs.

Bangladesh-Myanmar Border Tensions Must Be De-escalated

cc DYKT Mohigan, modified, https://flickr.com/photos/147860906@N07/31085660586/in/photolist-PmW8Th-Pn2nvh-NRNHEE-NbYAEp-Nc2sXe-NaGGLb-Pn5oRN-Pfc5pk-PqdJQa-PqdGHK-PqfJ7H-Pn2b7W-NRMbAY-NRJSko-NaK8nw-Pn5rjU-NaE9a3-Pf8Qw6-DeSngG-PfcSiz-NRJUhj-NaEbaq-NbVRvc-PqdLMB-Pf8TiZ-PqhbQa-PczNkj-NbVYx8-NaH3CW-NaKkNd-Pfdb2k-PqbG5e-NaKnWS-Pf9ann-DKjEYQ-NaEdpq-DSpE5T-NbVsCi-PqecaK-NaKsKE-NbW4Bg-PqbJ8c-Pf79HF-Pqhe2z-PfaqZc-JoAvkX-PcyTm3-PcDQdQ-21TbU7X-PcyVU9

It falls on the world community to take Myanmar to task for recent violence along its border with Bangladesh.

Does ICJ Ruling Pave the Way for Rohingya Repatriation?

A Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh from the air; cc Flickr DYKT Mohigan, modified, https://flickr.com/photos/147860906@N07/30754564260/in/photolist-NRFbtW-ZwLFW4-K34bUx-Pf4JKV-Zhhkko-23khKpR-DSpE5T-21Y7rng-22rGNzf-DSpJxR-23khtuK-21jM37A-23wnEna-23wo5Te-21nwsZn-Gr8syr-21nwsWB-21jM2kq-21nwt9F-Gr8mEc-21jLZXq-21nwquc-21nvKAF-21nwqe2-ejB8En-21nwktv-ZhghuL-DKjqZ7-21hGDCm-21nuNor-21nvMcr-21nuQxg-21hGFJq-21nuRsx-JHQmrT-22rKBJG-21nwtwe-JrEbjz-a6T94J-Zhfpmd-PT3uFZ-ejGSvW-23ErzNe-Gr7oSa-21jKnjs-21nuPzV-21nuNNK-Zhfq6u-21jKmJ9-2dD9vWX

It is high time to mount global pressure on Myanmar to stop atrocities against its people and start Rohingya repatriation from Bangladesh

Bangladesh Needs Help to Send Myanmar’s Rohingyas Home

A refugee camp near Cox's Bazaar; cc DFID - UK Department for International Development, modified, Flickr, https://flickr.com/photos/dfid/24775405808/in/photolist-DKjqZ7-ejB8En-21nwktv-JrEbjz-21nuNor-Zhfpmd-23ErzNe-Gr7oSa-21nuPzV-Zhfq6u-21nvMcr-21jKmJ9-21nuQxg-21hGFJq-Gr8mEc-21nwquc-ZhghuL-21hGDCm-a6T94J-PT3uFZ-ejGSvW-21jKnjs-21nuNNK-2dD9vWX-2aSBePs-2dD9wH6-uY5RkG-PT2UcD-2aSBozy-2cfvqK2-2cxgGkf-2cfvbDB-2cfvh6t-PT2ZhP-Rvm8T7-2aSBmdQ-2aSBJRf-2dD9Wze-2dyDTqS-DFuwU6-23y7wi2-22ijTKP-21nwtVF-Zhgjj7-2cfvrFF-Rvm5FW-PT3m3r-2cfvwEt-2cxgLBm-cSDnZE

Pressure from world governments, and notably the UK, will be needed if the Rohingyas currently trapped in Bangladesh are to find justice.

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