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Labor Pains: Bangladeshi Union Leader Doesn't Want US to Revoke Trade Privileges

[Editor's Note: The Obama administration will reportedly suspend trading privileges with Bangladesh. For our Summer Conversation, Bangladeshi union leader Nazma Akter told World Policy Journal this is exactly what Bangladeshi laborers don't want. Foreign companies and countries should not abandon Bangladesh.

Conversation: Nazma Akter

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When Diplomats Fail: How India Can Improve its Relations

 By Tridivesh Singh Maini

NEW DEHLI—Again and again, India has failed to mend relations with its neighbors due to the failure of its leaders to rise up against political pressure.

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