BANGLADESH | A Unique Case of Independence in International Relations
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BANGLADESH | A Unique Case of Independence in International Relations

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Bangladesh’s secession and independence from Pakistan is a unique case in world politics. To this day, it’s the only country that has broken away from another … .

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33 thoughts on “BANGLADESH | A Unique Case of Independence in International Relations

  1. Bangladesh really and truly is a fascinating case of secession. To this day, it is the only territory that has broken away from another country without agreement and has gone on to achieve full international recognition and UN membership. It is therefore the case that I always use to show just how difficult it is for breakaway territories to achieve international acceptance.

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  2. What about North and South Korea. Haven't they broken away from each other?
    So Bangladesh is not the only country that broke away as territory?

    Also you have Somalia and SamaliLand?
    I can also think of other countries in a similar situation as Bangladesh.

  3. Sir i really want your analysis on 9.11 investigation report. Where is it? and who did the investigation of such an important event. And how just after the collision of planes to the twin tower. The news broke down that alqaeda did this. As a matter of law evidence. Only confessional statement took over the event and let the event be going as a international enigma.
    Thanking you in anticipation

  4. Bangladesh is a rich military nation and holds a great position in world government and world family nations governments. The earlier Bangladesh national movements plays a great role in the rise of mankind and also the philosophy of truth and justice. The capitol of Bangladesh is Dhaka and its currency is bangladeshi taka.

  5. I always wanted to know what if the parent state wants to break away. Then what how would you solve it. And what makes one a parent state and one the infant state. Is there a criteria

  6. Well bangladesh is a very unique country with great history. it has blessing from the almighty Allah. Other wise no country get indepent and recognized globally after 1947. It was a the unique case after the war it was devastating situation but now it's a prosperous rising country🇧🇩

  7. 1) Borders were just plain unfair
    2) Hurricane tht killed over 100k lives and still govt in western Pakistan didnt provide much aid
    3) Overall discrimination, repulsive treatment and maddening 2 province system (yes east and west Pakistan thts all)
    4) Indian involvement in arming mukti clan and then direct intervention
    5) Pakistan army was not as strong as today in its conventional weapons let alone nuclear weapons it has today

  8. Is very sad that they nedded a genocide to be independent… It remains me of the tamil fighting in Tamil Eelam where the Srli Lanka army killed civilians… But in this case India and the western countries turn a blind eye… Almost 100.000 people was killed in 100 days in 2009.

  9. James, thanks for making a posting the video. It's kind of depressing how many hurdles there are for self-determination, and just all the stars lined up right for Bangladesh independence. But it's good to be educated, and it's good to know that at least one modern people were fortunate (albeit purchased with their own blood and suffering) at least once.

  10. problem with pakistan is that it's controlled by Punjabi muslim elites. they hate balochis,bangladesis and even pathans i guess.. altho pakistan has advantage over india now since they got cyber army like russia and china..

  11. Bangladesh was the exception, not the rule. The country owes its independence due to the complex geopolitical factors of the day. I find it interesting that so many territories have declared unilateral secession since 1945 yet only Bangladesh was successful. East Timor and South Sudan also seceded from their countries (Indonesia and Sudan, respectively) however East Timor was independent before Indonesia annexed the territory while South Sudan seceded because of a referendum approved by the Sudanese government so they don't count. I just mentioned them because their stories are interesting like Bangladesh.

  12. Dear James, always a pleasure to watch your videos. Quick question – would not Eritrea be in the same category as Bangladesh? Or is it different because there was a significant period of time between the declaration of independence and international recognition.

  13. Egypt foreign ministry with the help of Boutros ghali the Egyptian secretary general of the United Nations and the arab leauge in the 1990s played a major role in blocking/delaying/Sabotaging somalilands bid for Independence. But things are changing and somaliland’s formal recognition is nearer than it ever was.

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