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About Liz Philipson

Liz Philipson is a visiting research fellow at the London School of Economics. Her work specialises in south Asian issues and focuses on conflict analysis, conflict resolution and peacebuilding.

Articles by Liz Philipson

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Niki Seth-Smith is a freelance journalist and contributing editor to 50.50.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Bangladesh: revolt and fallout

A bloody mutiny within Bangladesh's border-security force needs to be seen in the light of the complex divisions and suspicions of the country's post-independence era. The test for Sheikh Hasina's new democratic government is severe, says Liz Philipson.

(This article was first published on 30 March 2009)

Bangladesh's fraying democracy

Bangladesh is increasingly torn: between economic progress and insecurity, law and impunity, Islamism and secular politics, violence and democracy. Liz Philipson portrays a troubled country approaching its next major electoral test.

Bangladesh's fraying democracy

Bangladesh is increasingly torn: between economic progress and insecurity, law and impunity, Islamism and secular politics, violence and democracy. Liz Philipson portrays a troubled country approaching its next major electoral test.

The people of Bangladesh will go to the polls in January 2007 to elect a government for the fourth time since military rule was overthrown in 1990.

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