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Bangladesh in the mirror : an outsider perspective on a struggling democracy /

Bangladesh in the mirror :  an outsider perspective on a struggling democracy /
DK Number:DKBDS-465
ISBN: 9840517716
Title: Bangladesh in the mirror : an outsider perspective on a struggling democracy /
Author: A.T. Rafiqur Rahman.
Imprint: Dhaka : The University Press,
Physical Desc.: xviii, 383 p. ; 23 cm.
Year: 2006
Price: USD 28.00
Subject Strings: Bangladesh--Politics and government.
  Bangladesh--Social conditions.
  
  
More books by: Rahman, A. T. R. (Abu Tayeb Rafiqur), 1936-
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This book compares the hopes of Bangladesh at the time of its independence in 1971 with the reality that exists today. Acknowledging the country’s accomplishments, it shows how the aspirations and potential of Bangladeshi people have been thwarted by a fragile political and administrative system.

It further identifies the underlying conditions that have shaped the country’s post-independence institutions, processes and leadership. Also, it addresses a variety of issues pertaining to the political instability in the country, the persistence of conflict and confrontation, the flourishing of self-interest approaches to policy matters, and the functioning of parliamentary government.

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Chapter No.Chapter TitleChapter AuthorPage No.
1Introduction: Framework, perspectives and broad themes and key trends1
2Political instability and predominance of Andolan politics15
3Organised students role in National Politics: Liberators turn to exploiters49
4Declining law and order, rise of terrorism, and increasing threats to human security79
5National Political Institutions, processes and leaders not working for good governance127
6Limited electoral education and fragile electoral system203
7Democratic empowerment of people: More rhetoric than institutional221
8Pervasive corruption, rising inefficiency and expropriation in public management253
9Limited public role in quality education and health317
10Suggestions for improvement and reform aiming at enhancing institutional capacities333
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