Azmal Hossan

El agua como armamento en el sur de Asia

El cambio climático y el desbalanceado poder político regional están provocando una presente crisis del agua en Bangladesh.

Durante la mitad del mes sagrado del Ramadán, cuando comencé a escribir este ensayo, mi Bangladesh natal estaba enfrentando la pandemia de COVID-19 con un cierre nacional.
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Weaponization of water in South Asia

During the middle of the holy month of Ramadan, when I started writing this essay, my native Bangladesh was confronting the COVID-19 pandemic with a nationwide lockdown.

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