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Tareq Hossain Khan, PhD Student

Tareq Hossain Khan, PhD Student

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Tareq Hossain Khan is PhD Student at the Department of Asian and Policy Studies, at the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). He was awarded the prestigious Hong Kong PhD Fellowship for his PhD study at the EdUHK. He received his Bachelor and Master degrees in Government and Politics from the Jahangirnagar University (Bangladesh) and second Master degree in International Relations from Jacobs University and University of Bremen, Germany. Prior to his studies at EdUHK, he has been working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the Jagannath University (Bangladesh).

  • Master of Arts in International Relations: Global Governance and Social Theory (Jacobs University and University of Bremen, Germany)
  • Master of Social Science in Government and Politics (Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh)
  • Bachelor of Social Science in Government and Politics (Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh)

Articles:

Kham, T.H. (2018) “What Kinds of Variables Allow War to Create a Mew State? The Case of Bangladesh’s Secessionist Wat”. Journal of Indian Studies, 4(1): 65-84.

Khan, T.H. (2018) “The Role of Intervention Policy in Reducing Civil Conflict: Evidence from Chittagong Hill Tracts”, Journal of Administrative Studies, 11: 17-40.

Khan, T.H., and Eva S. (2017) “Preventing Violence and Sustaining Peace in Post-Conflict Society: A Study of Chittagong Hill Tracts Peace Accord”, Asian Studies.

Khan, T.H. (2013) “Political Economy of Social Safety Nets in Bangladesh”, Asian Studies, 32: 119-134.

Dey, S.R, and Khan, T.H. (2014) “Family Life of the Sex Worker: A Study on Dhaka City”, Empowerment, 21(1): 85-98.