Muhammad Ruhul Amin | The Daily Star
  • Muhammad Ruhul Amin

    The writer is a Professor of the Department of International Relations, University of Dhaka and is currently Dean of the School of Business, Sylhet International University. Email:

  • Expediting convalescent plasma availability in Bangladesh

    Due to rising Covid-19 infections, the demand for convalescent plasma is rising as well, since many countries permit plasma treatment for Covid-19. Convalescent plasma collected from a recovered donor may neutralise the Covid-19 virus on an infected patient,
  • Failure of the Syrian ceasefire: What next?

    After the US and Russian foreign ministers agreed upon an effective ceasefire following a number of discussions, expectations for
  • A paradigm shift in Sheikh Hasina's development policy

    The investors – both foreign and domestic – are scared to invest in expensive and long-life projects due to the increasing insecurity and disorder. The public order management, police patrol and intelligence need to go through a major overhaul.
  • How safe is John Kerry's 'safer' world?

    As soon as the international sanctions on Iran were lifted on January 16, the US Secretary of State John F Kerry said, “Today marks the start of a safer world.”

    An unprecedented victory has been achieved by Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) in the recently held general...