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Foreign Relations of Bangladesh

Harun ur Rashid (Author)
Synopsis Bangladesh is a country with approximately 130 million people squeezed into a territory of only about 55,598 square miles (147,570 square kilometres). With the exception of Hongkong and Singapore Bangladesh is the world's most densely populated country. It became an independent country in 1971 after a bitter nine months war (March-Dec ‘71) with Pakistan and became a member of the UN in 1974. The book is built around three themes: how foreign policy is made, the implementation and nature of its relations with the countries in the world and the global challenges Bangladesh faces at the dawn of the 21 century. It depicts the shape and direction of Bangladesh' foreign policy. It focuses the major factors that underpin the foreign policy of a country that is neither economically nor militarily strong and is almost surrounded by a big neighbour, India. The book describes substantially Bangladesh's relations with most of the countries of the world including the USA, Russia, China, the European Union as also the various international organizations like the UNO, SAARC etc. It candidly brings out the common bonds and aspirations as well as the differences that exist with its neighbours and near neighbours in Asia. The book deals with the major global issues that confront Bangladesh at the 21 century. It provides a clear statement of where Bangladesh is going, why and how it expects to get there. First of its kind, the book should be useful to teachers, students of international relations and economics, political science, history and for the practitioners in diplomacy and would-be diplomats.
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Bibliographic information

Title Foreign Relations of Bangladesh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st Ed.
Publisher Rishi Publications
Language: English
isbn 8185193258
length ix+314p.