Bahauddin Foizee is an international affairs analyst & columnist, writing for newspapers and think tanks. He specializes on the geopolitical trends and events taking place in the greater Middle East and in the overlapping mega-regions of Asia Pacific, Indo-Pacific and Indian Oceanic Region.

He also – infrequently – writes his perspectives on environment & climate change and worldwide refugee scenario.

Bahauddin Foizee’s opinion pieces appeared on Asia Times, The Diplomat, Geopolitical Monitor, The Global New Light of Myanmar, International Policy Digest (IPD), Eurasia Review, Daily Times, South Asia Journal, Modern Diplomacy and a number of other print and online newspapers, magazines and international publishing websites.

Bahauddin Foizee circle
Bahauddin Foizee

With his articles published in several countries around the world, Bahauddin Foizee has, as columnist, regular presence in leading Dhaka-based newspapers. His columns appeared at The Independent, The Daily Star, The Financial Express, Daily Observer, The New Nation, Daily Sun, bdnew24com, The New Age and Dhaka Courier.

Bahauddin Foizee studied law and international relations from University of London, Eastern University (Dhaka) and University of Dhaka.

Bahauddin Foizee’s works have been mentioned in many think-tank/research-organization and university papers and lectures, including:

  • Science and National Security Meet in the Arctic (click here to read); Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI); Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
  • South Asia: Democracy, Progress and Disruption (click here to read pdf version); Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago.
  • Pakistan’s Army has a New General: Policy Implications (click here to read pdf version); authored by Carol Christine Fair, Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor, Security Studies Program, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University.
  • CISD Yearbook of Global Studies Volume 4 May 2017 (click here to read pdf version); Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, SOAS (University of London).
  • The New Normal in China’s Foreign Policy: Implications for Bangladesh; Volume 38, No. 4 October 2017 (click here to read pdf version); Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS).
  • China in the Arctic: Interests, Strategy and Implications; ICS Occassional Paper No. 27 (2019) (click here to read pdf version); Institute of Chinese Studies (Delhi).

email:foizee.bahauddin[ at ]gmail[ dot ]com

twitter handle:@bahauddinfoizee


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