Prof. Dr.Mohd. Aminul Karim

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Prof. Dr.Mohd Aminul Karim

Professor

Email: aminulkarim@iub.edu.bd
Position: Professor
Department: General Management
Room No:4007
Phone: Ext.2161

Academic Qualifications

  • Awarded PhD degree by Dhaka University in April 2007. The title of the Dissertation was “Power Politics in the Asia-Pacific: the Case of Chinese Modernization”.
  • Completed Senior Executive Program – NESA Centre, National Defence University, Washington, USA, 2003.
  • National Defence Course (leading to M. Phil), National Defence College, Bangladesh, in 2001.
  • Completed an Executive Programme (Conflict Management) from John F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, USA, 2000.
  • Master’s in Defence Studies from National University, Bangladesh in 1995 (Obtained 1st Class).
  • Master’s in Social Science (MSS) (Political Science) from Dhaka University in 1994 (Obtained First Class First Position in Thesis Group).
  • Long Defence Management Course, College of Defence Management, Secunderabad, India in 1991-1992 (Equivalent to Master’s in Management Studies (MMS)-affiliated to Osmania University, Hyderabad, and also Recognized by All- India Management Association as an advance course of excellence in Management Studies). (Major: OB- HRM- Leadership, and Perspective Planning).
  • Staff Course, Armed Forces Staff College, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1984-1985.
  • Bachelor of Arts, Dhaka University, 1979-80, Obtained Second Division.
  • Higher Secondary Certificate, Rajshahi Cadet College, Rajshahi, Bangladesh, 1973-74. Secured First Division and second position in merit list in the Board.

Fields of Specialization/Interests

  • Comparative Politics
  • International Relations and Security
  • Geopolitics
  • Organizational Behavior (OB), HRM, and Leadership
  • Disaster Management
  • Counter-Insurgency

Awards Received

  • Honoured with the Seventh Rapport Award for Excellence in Human Resource Development in 2007.
  • Awarded Nawab Sir Salimullah Foundation Gold Medal -2007 for outstanding contribution in the field of Management Development.
  • Awarded ‘Who’s Who in the World 2016’ award.
  • Citations Earned (so far): in the Web of Science: 65+.

Membership/Experiences of Professional/ Academic Bodies:

  • Member, All India Management Association.
  • Member, International Political Science Association (IPSA).
  • Member, International Business Association, UK.
  • Founder Editor, NDC Journal, National Defence College, Bangladesh.
  • Reviewer, Social Science Journal, International Political Science Review, Terrorism and Political Violence( ISI-indexed) and Political Geography (ISI- Indexed), Canadian Journal of Foreign Policy (ISI-indexed), Administration & Society, and Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Lean Thinking, International Journal of China Studies (Scopus-indexed), and AEI Insights.
  • Member, Research Committees (RCs-36, 37, 24), International Political Science Association (IPSA).
  • Member, Governing body, Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre, Bangladesh.
  • Secretary to the Government of Bangladesh.
  • Chairman, Sena Kalyan Sangstha (A charity organization for the Armed Forces retired personnel).
  • Chairman, Governing- body, Bangladesh Cadet Colleges.
  • Chairman, Radisson Water Garden Hotel, Dhaka.
  • Vice Chairman, and Director, Trust Bank Limited, Dhaka
  • Member, Academic Council, BRAC University, Dhaka.
  • Member, Senate Committee, Bangladesh University of Professionals, Dhaka.
  • Supervisor, PhD students, University of Malaya, and a Member of the PhD Committee, AEI, University of Malaya.

Prof. Dr. Mohd. Aminul Karim did his secondary and higher secondary-level education from Rajshahi Cadet College with first Division—second position in higher secondary in merit list– in both. He obtained Master’s degree in Defense Studies from National University of Bangladesh and Social Sciences with major in Political Science from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He was placed in first class—first place in Political Science– in both. He also opted for further advancement in his knowledge and expertise to join internationally reputed institutions such as Armed Forces Staff College from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1984 ¬- 85). In 1991, he went to College of Defense Management in Hyderabad, India to pursue Long Defense Management Course (equivalent to a Master’s program (MMS)). He completed national defense course—equivalent to M.Phil degree– in 2000-2001 from National Defense College, Bangladesh.
To further enrich his horizon and competence in management and defense studies, Prof. Lt General Amin attended additional short term courses like Conflict Management at John F. Kennedy School of Government from Harvard University, USA in 2000 and a Senior Executive Program from the National Defense University in Washington, USA in 2003. He also obtained his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree from University of Dhaka, Dhaka. His dissertationentitled: “Power Politics in the Asia-Pacific Region: The Case of Chinese Modernization” was later published as a book by APPL, Dhaka.

He is a prolific writer and published professional papers on various subjects and topics of leadership and management, strategic studies, geopolitics, international affairs, environment, , public administration and politics in such journals as Cambridge, Elsevier, Springer, Taylor and Francis, Rout- ledge, SAGE, Wiley, BIISS etc. He has published a good number of books or contributed chapters in many books.

  • Dean and Professor, School of Business, Independent University of Bangladesh, Dhaka. March-2018 till date.
  • Professor, School of Business, Independent University of Bangladesh, Dhaka. January-2017 till date.
  • Visiting Professor, China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing. July-August 2016.
  • Senior Fellow (Non-resident) — International Institute for Non-Proliferation Studies, USA (Currently holding).
  • Senior Research Fellow  (with the Status of a full Professor- Grade-C) — Asia- Europe Institute, University of Malaya—October 2011 to date.
  • Professor, BRAC Business School, BRAC University, Dhaka.  January 2011— September 2011. (Also Adjunct faculty for one and half years).
  • Adjunct Professor–University of Malaya   (October 2010 – August 2011), (Selectively appointed by the Governing Council of the University).
  • Visiting Senior Research Fellow (with the status of a full Professor- Grade-C) —
    -Asia-Europe-Institute, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
    (June 2009 to June 2010). Main KPIs: Teaching, Supervision of PhD, Master’s students, and research.
  • Visiting Scholar at the Mershon Center for International Security Studies, Ohio State University, USA. (November 2008—January 2009).
  • Commandant, National Defence College–Bangladesh  (Affiliated with the National University of Bangladesh/Bangladesh University of Professionals for the award of M. Phil and Master’s Degrees).Served as Commandant of National Defence College in two tenures from 2003 to 2004 as Major General and from 2008 to 2009as Lieutenant General.
  • Military Secretary to the President of Bangladesh.  Served as the Military Secretary to the President from 2006 to 2008. I was the Chief of the Personal Division of President’s Office with the status of the Secretary to the Government of Bangladesh. Overseen the protocol, security, scouting and university matters of the country as a staff to the Chancellor of universities.
  • Commandant–Defense Services Command and Staff College (Affiliated with the National University of Bangladesh and Bangladesh University of Professionals for the award of Master’s Degree) (From 2005 to 2006). Responsible for total management of all affairs of the institution which conducts staff courses designed to develop the professional knowledge and understanding of selected mid-level officers of the three services.
  • General Officer Commanding of an Army Division. Commanded an Infantry Division during the period 2004 to 2005. Major tasks included planning and directing tactical manoeuvres, disaster management/disaster relief operations and duties in Aid to Civil Power.
  • Adjutant General–Bangladesh Army. Served as the Adjutant General in 2004 where major responsibilities were to carry out the tasks of formulation and execution of policies on welfare, promotion, pay and allowances, raising and disbandment of units, health, discipline, leave, pension and gratuity, commissions, dress and messes, and many other tasks of the Army.
  • Quarter Master General– Bangladesh Army.  Performed as the Quarter Master General from 2002 to 2003 where major responsibilities were the movement, quartering and ancillary services, supply and transport, remount, veterinary and farms, and Canteen Stores Department (CSD).
  • Faculty Member– National Defence College, Bangladesh. Served as the Faculty Member, National Defence College from 2001 to 2002 where the major responsibility was to train senior military and civil officers/officials in higher management of defence and national security.
  • Faculty Member, Defence Services Command and Staff College, Bangladesh. Served as the Faculty Member, Defence Services Command and Staff College from 1992 to 1995.

Books/Monographs/ Chapters in the Books Published

  • Chinese Military Modernization – Implications for the Region, Monograph Published by Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs, Dhaka, January 2002.
  • Contemporary Security Issues in the Asia-Pacific and Bangladesh, a book published by the Academic Press and Publishers Library (APPL), Dhaka, January 2007. (Selected as a Text Book for the IR Students of Jahangir-nagar University, Bangladesh).
  • Power Politics in the Asia-Pacific: The Case of Chinese Modernization, Book published by the Academic Press and Publishers Library (APPL), Dhaka, May 2007(with a foreword given by Prof. Emeritus Zillur R Khan of Wisconsin University, USA).
  • “An Emerging Model of Counter-Terror Infrastructure and the Role of Military and State Security Apparatus”, a chapter in Global War on Terror: Bangladesh Perspective, edited by Mufleh R Osmany and Mohammad Humayun Kabir (published by the Academic Press and Publishers Library, Dhaka, September 2007).
  • Selected papers on Security and Leadership, Book published by the Academic Press and Publishers Library (APPL), Dhaka August 2008. (Foreword by Prof Gowher Rizvi).
  • “Bureaucracy and Civil Society in the Reform Process of Bangladesh”, a chapter in Human Development in South in 21st Century, Prof S.K. Chaturvedi et al ed., Radha Publications, New Delhi, 2008.
  • “Role of Security Forces in a Democracy”, a chapter in Democracy, Governance and Security Reforms: Bangladesh Context, edited by Mufleh R Osmany and Shaheen Afroze (Published by the Academic Press and Publishers Library in association with BIISS, Dhaka, September 2008).
  • Strategic Rise of Japan, a monograph published by the Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies, Dhaka (Research conducted in the University of Malaya).
  • A 21st Century High Politics in the Indo-Pacific and the Bay of Bengal, a book published by Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York (April 2017).
  • Geopolitics of the South China Sea in the coming decades, a book published by Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York.
  • Political Culture and Institution-building Impacting Civil-Military Relations (CMR) in Bangladesh, a book chapter published by Palgrave and Springer.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “FORCED LOAN-RECOVERY TECHNIQUE OF THE MICROFINANCE INSTITUTES IN BANGLADESH AND ITS IMPACT ON THE BORROWERS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON GRAMEEN BANK, BRAC AND ASA”. Published in RISUS – Journal on Innovation and Sustainability, October 2018. (ISSN: 2179-3565)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar (BCIM) corridor; challenges and prospects”. Published in the Korean Journal of Defense Analysis (KJDA), June 2018. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Esmaili Mazloomi; Emile Kok-Kheng Yeoh; Karim, Mohd Aminul; “From Status Inconsistency to Revisionism: Russian Foreign Policy after Color Revolutions” Accepted in the Japanese Journal of Political Science (JJPS). (ISI JCR Indexed).
  •  Karim, Mohd Aminul. “21st Century Maritime Power‐Politics in the Indian Ocean Region with Special Reference to the Bay of Bengal.” Pacific Focus 32.1 (2017): 56-85. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Is China destined to play high-politics in East Asia?.” Japanese Journal of Political Science 17.4 (2016): 545-567. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Civil-Military Relations in Democratic South Asia: A Comparative Framework.” Korean Journal of Defense Analysis 28.2 (2016): 277-297. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul et al. “Impediments to Counter-Terrorism Cooperation in South Asia: A Theoretical Explanation”, a paper published in the BIISS journal, January 2016.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul et al. “Should ARF Re-visit its Core Areas”, published in AEI- insights, University of Malay – December Issue 2015.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “China’s Proposed Maritime Silk Road: Challenges and Opportunities with Special Reference to the Bay of Bengal Region.” Pacific Focus 30.3 (2015): 297-319. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Suleiman, Mohammed Nuruddeen, and Mohammed Aminul Karim. “Cycle of bad governance and corruption: The rise of Boko Haram in Nigeria.” SAGE Open 5.1 (2015): 2158244015576053. (Scopus Indexed)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “China’s Power Politics and Modernization: Implications for Taiwan and the South China Sea.” Pacific Focus 29.2 (2014): 188-210. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  •  Ahmed, Shamsuddin, et al. “Exploitation of renewable energy for sustainable development and overcoming power crisis in Bangladesh.” Renewable Energy 72 (2014): 223-235. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Furuoka, Fumitaka, Mikio Oishi, and Mohd Aminul Karim. “Military expenditure and economic development in China: an empirical inquiry.” Defence and Peace Economics 27.1 (2016): 137-160. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “South Asian Regional Integration–Challenges and Prospects.”
    Japanese Journal of Political Science 15.2 (2014): 299-316. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Is Nuclear Deterrence Workable at the Brink Time in South Asia and Beyond?.” The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis 26.1 (2014): 35-49. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Bandar, Nur Fatihah Abdullah, Rohana Jani, and Mohd Aminul Karim. “Psychometric properties of the WHOQOL-BREF questionnaire among disabled students in Malaysian higher learning institutions.” Applied Research in Quality of Life 9.3 (2014): 469-478. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “The South China Sea Disputes: Is High Politics Overtaking?.”
    Pacific Focus 28.1 (2013): 99-119. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Strategic Visions of China and the United States in South Asia and Beyond.” Korean Journal of Defense Analysis 24.2 (2012): 175-191. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “China and America in South Asia: Strategic Power Politics” an Occasional Paper published by the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, 2011.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Perspectives from Nationalism and Geopolitics: the Case of Taiwan”, an Occasional Paper published by the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, July, 2011.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “The vexed Taiwan issue and its implications.” The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis 22.3 (2010): 371-385. (ISI JCR Indexed)
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Human Resources Development in Bangladesh: Strategic Perspectives” BIISS Journal, Dhaka, October, 2010.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Bangladesh- India Relations: Some Recent Trends”, published by the Journal of Bangladesh Studies, Volume 11 No.2, 2009, Pennsylvania State University, Pen State Erie, USA.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Bangladesh-India Relations: Some Recent Trends”, working paper published by the Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, 12 November, 2009(ISN/Zurich Indexed).
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul.; Black, Robert. “Justice and Security-Divergent Government Experiences and Future of Innovation in Bangladesh and the United States” published by the BIISS Journal, Dhaka, January, 2009.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “National Security: Bangladesh and Global Perspectives” – Published in the BIISS Journal, Dhaka, October 2007.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Transformational Leadership: Bangladesh Bureaucracy” – Published in the BIISS Journal, Dhaka, July 2007.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “China and the West: Emergence of New Security Relations” – Published in the BIISS Journal, Dhaka, January 2007.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “American Geopolitics in the Asia-Pacific”, – Published by Bangladesh Journal of Foreign and International Affairs, Dhaka, 2006.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Nuclear Doctrines of India and Pakistan – A Comparative Analysis”- Published in the BIISS Journal, Dhaka, in January 2004.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Higher Defence Organization – A Bangladesh Perspective” – Published in the Bangladesh Army Journal, February 2003.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Geo-strategic Environment of Bangladesh” – Published in the Journal of International Affairs, Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs, Dhaka, February 2003.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “National Security of Bangladesh – A Comprehensive View”- Published in the Journal of International Affairs, Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs, Dhaka.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. ”Civil-Military Relations in Bangladesh: A Perspective”, NDC Journal, Vol.1, No.1, 2002, National Defence College, Dhaka.
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. ”Power Politics in the Indian Ocean Region after the Cold War” – BIISS Journal, Dhaka 1995. (Selectively indexed in the International Political Science Abstract, Paris).
  • Karim, Mohd Aminul. “Communication in the Defence Services” – Published in the Bangladesh Army Journal.
  • “Nuclear Arms Race in South Asia and its Impact on Small Nations of the Region“, a paper presented at the 19th World Congress of International Political Science Association (IPSA) 2003 at Durban, South Africa
  • ”Bureaucracy and Civil Society in the Reform process of Bangladesh”, a paper presented at the International Conference of International Political Science Association (IPSA) held at Charan Singh University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India, on 09 October 2005.
  • “American Geopolitics in the Asia-Pacific”, a paper presented at the International Conference of International Political Science Association (IPSA) on “Rethinking Political Development: South Asian Security and Democracy” held at Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS), on 19 January 2006.
  • “Bangladesh’s Dilemma between Traditional Security and Economic issues in the Regional Environment”, a paper presented at the Regional Conference of International Political Science Association (IPSA) on 8 January 2005, Dhaka and updated version presented again at the World Congress of International Political Science Association ( IPSA), Fukuoka, Japan in July 2006.
  • Presented a paper on ‘Leadership versus Management’, in Rapport International Seminar on Human Resources Management in Dhaka in 2007.
  • “An Emerging Model of Counter Terror Infrastructure and Role of Military and State Security Apparatus”, a paper presented in an international seminar held at RUSI, London in July 2006.
  • “China and the West: Emergence of New Security Relations”, a paper presented at Regional Conference of International Political Science Association (IPSA) Sponsored by RC 37/IPSA and hosted by BPSA on “Security and Democracy” held in Dhaka, on 02 April 2007.
  • “Role of Security Forces in a Democracy”, a paper presented at International Workshop on “Democracy, Governance and Security Reforms” jointly organized by BIISS, Dhaka, Bangladesh and APCSS, Hawaii, U.S.A. held in Dhaka, Bangladesh on 13 August 2007.
  • “Transformational Leadership; Bangladesh Bureaucracy”, a paper presented at “First Non-resident Bangladeshi Conference-2007” held in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 27 to 29 December 2008.
  • “National Security: Global and Bangladesh Perspective”, a paper presented in a seminar on “National Security and Leadership Challenge: Bangladesh Perspectives” jointly organized by Bangladesh Political Science Association (BPSA) and Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS), Dhaka, Bangladesh held in Dhaka, Bangladesh on 06 March 2008.
  • Participated in the 2nd International Meeting of the Global Network of Government Innovators held in USA, organized by Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University from 31 March to 02 April 2008.
  • Participated and Presented in a seminar and presented a paper on “Power Politics in the Asia Pacific” at Texas A & M University, USA on 04 April 2008.
  • Participated and presented a paper in the 8th IISS-NESA Centre conference on ‘Islam, Politics and Security in South Asia’ held in Muscat, Oman from 15 to 17 December 2008.
  • “Security in South Asia after the Mumbai Terror Attack”, a presentation made at the Mershon Center for International Security Studies, Ohio State University, Columbus, USA, on 16 January 2009. (Available in the Internet in URL http://mershoncenter.osu.edu/events/08-09%20events/jan09/ karimjan09.htm
  • “Taiwan Issue: Implications for the Region”, Presentation made at the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya on 15th December, 2010.
  • “Strategic Visions of China and America in South Asia and their Implications”, Presentation made at the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya on 5th July, 2011.
  • “Regionalism in South Asia: A Conceptual Analysis”, a paper presented at the International Conference on “Prospects for Peace and Security through Regional Cooperation in 21st Century South Asia: The Role of Japan”, organized by BIISS and Japan Foundation in Dhaka on 04-05 January 2012.
  • “How far ARF may Deepen Geopolitically”, paper presented at the World Congress of International Political Science Association (IPSA) in Madrid, Spain on 9th July, 2012.
  • “China’s Modernization and Power Politics in the Asia-Pacific” a paper presented at the Seventh Joint International Conference “ China, ASEAN and the Changing Context of East Asian Regionalism” jointly organized by the University of Malaya, Malaysia and Xiamen University, China on 5th December, 2012.
  • “Strategic Visions of China and the United States in Southeast and South Asia”, a presentation made at the School of International Relations, Xiamen University, China on 27 May 2013.
  • “China’s Emerging High-Politics in East Asia”, a paper presented in an International Conference, jointly organized by ICS, University of Malaysia, and EAS, National University of Singapore during 12-13 September 2013.
  • “Dilemma in Japan’s Strategic Direction?” a paper presented at the World Congress of International Political Science Association (IPSA) in Montreal, Canada on 20 July, 2014. International Conference (IPSA).
  •  “ Incremental Maritime Confidense –building in the Asia-Pacific”, a paper presented in a seminar on “Crisis Management and Maritime Cooperation in the Asia Pacific”, Organized by China Institute of International Studies (CIIS) in Beijing on November 24-, 2014.
  • “Transnational Crimes along Bangladesh’s Inter-state Borders: Suggested Police Reforms”, a paper presented at the Annual Conference of Asian Association of Police Studies (AAPS) on 4-6 December 2014 in Tokyo.
  • “Are External Factors also Impacting State-building in Bangladesh”, a paper presented in an International Conference on “Islam and Multiculturalism: Islamic Studies in Symbiotic Framework” on 13 December 2014 at the University of Malaya. Jointly organized by Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, Waseda University, Japan, and New York University, Abu Dhabi.
  • “Islam in a Multicultural Society: the Critical Element of Balance”, a paper presented in an International Conference on “Islam and Multiculturalism: Islamic Studies in Symbiotic Framework” on 14 December 2014 at the University of Malaya. Jointly organized by Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, Waseda University, Japan, and New York University, Abu Dhabi.
  • “Civil-Military Relations in South Asia: A Comparative Framework”, paper presented at the US Army War College, Carlisle, PA, USA (RC-24-IPSA) during Annual Strategy Conference on 6 April 2015.
  • “21 st Century Maritime Silk-Road: Challenges and Implications”, paper presented at an International Seminar in the China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing on 11 April 2015.
  • “Is China Destined to Play Hi-Politics in East Asia”, A Paper Presented in Athens (ATINA) in July 2015.
  • 21 st Century Maritime Silk-Road: Challenges and Implications with Special
    Reference to the Bay of Bengal Region”, A Public Lecture in the AEI Auditorium, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur on 1 December 2015.
  • Presented a paper titled, “21st Century Maritime Silk Road Cooperation and Strategic Linkages: South and Southeast Asian Perspectives” the conference titled “21st Century Maritime Silk Road: Development, Connectivity and Win-Win Cooperation”, jointly Organized by China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing and the Peace-Boat (a UN-affiliated NGO), Japan on board ‘Peace-Boat’ 4 August 2016. Being published as a Chapter in a book by a publisher in Singapore.
  • Making a paper presentation at an International Conference in Kunming, China on Connectivity in Asia on 13 June 2017. It was sponsored by the China-South–Southeast
    Asia Think-Tank Forum. Basically organized by Kunming Academy of Social Sciences. Title of my paper was: ” BCIM-EC: Challenges and Prospects”.
  • Presenting a paper titled, “Political Culture and Institutions-building Impacting Civil- Military-Relations (CMR) in Bangladesh?” at the international conference of the International Political Science Association (IPSA) Research Committee (RC-44) on “Democratization and the Military” at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand during 4-5 July 2017. Also chaired one of the panels.