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Japan’s Shifting Foreign Policy to South Asia: Issues and Challenges

2022-03-14T12:34:14+00:00

Japan’s Shifting Foreign Policy to South Asia: Issues and Challenges Md. Saifullah Akon* Debasish Nandy** Alik Naha*** * Corresponding author. Lecturer, Department of Japanese Studies, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. E-mail: saifullah.djs@du.ac.bd ** Associate Professor and Head, Department of Political Science, Kazi Nazrul University, Asansol, West Bengal, India. E-mail: debasishnandy.kc@gmail.com *** Faculty Member, Department of Political Science, Vidyasagar College(Day), Kolkata, India. E-mail: aliknaha@gmail.com Abstract Due to the geographical distance and cultural diversity, South Asia was considered a ‘distant neighbour’ to Japan’s foreign policy and retained diminutive relations during the early post-WWII period. To amplify its ‘bubble economy in the cold [...]

Japan’s Shifting Foreign Policy to South Asia: Issues and Challenges2022-03-14T12:34:14+00:00

‘Meritocracy’ to ‘Parentocracy’: (De)constructing the Theoretical Dilemma in Basic Education of Japan and Bangladesh

2022-03-14T14:21:15+00:00

'Meritocracy' to 'Parentocracy': (De)constructing the Theoretical Dilemma in Basic Education of Japan and Bangladesh Md. Jahangir Alam, PhD https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6312-5685 Assistant Professor, Department of Japanese Studies, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh. E-mail: mjalam.jsc@du.ac.bd Abstract Globally, access to basic education is a universal fundamental human right. Conversely, governments of underdeveloped and developing countries experience several challenges in ensuring equity in basic education. Along with the government initiatives, equity in basic education also depends on parental socio-economic status. Japan has achieved significant success in students' learning outcomes regardless of parental SES and might serve as a role model for Bangladesh to ensure [...]

‘Meritocracy’ to ‘Parentocracy’: (De)constructing the Theoretical Dilemma in Basic Education of Japan and Bangladesh2022-03-14T14:21:15+00:00

Mr. Shiblee Noman, Lecturer, Department of Japanese Studies is going to deliver lecture ‘Japanese Studies in Bangladesh’ at Nara Women’s University

2021-03-16T12:57:09+00:00

Upcoming Events Mr. Shiblee Noman, Lecturer, Department of Japanese Studies is going to deliver lecture ‘Japanese Studies in Bangladesh’ at Nara Women’s University, Japan on December 19, 2019.

Mr. Shiblee Noman, Lecturer, Department of Japanese Studies is going to deliver lecture ‘Japanese Studies in Bangladesh’ at Nara Women’s University2021-03-16T12:57:09+00:00