Department of International Relations
Mohammad Atique Rahman is currently working as an Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations, University of Dhaka. He joined at the department in 2010 as a Lecturer. He completed his graduate degree in the department of International Relations, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2006. In 2013, he was awarded a World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) fellowship to study Master of Law (LLM) in Intellectual Property in the Turin School of Law, University of Turin, Italy. He participated in Study of United States Institute (SUSI) on “Grand Strategy in Context: Institutions, People and the Making of U.S. Foreign Policy” summer programme in 2014 at Bard College, New York in the United States of America. He received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Ghent, Belgium in 2021. He published articles in peer reviewed journal namely Mirpur Papers (Defense Service Command and Staff College, Bangladesh) BIISS Journal (Bangladesh Institute of International Strategic Studies), BILIA-Journal of International Affairs, Journal of Asiatic Society (humanities), Dhaka University-Social Science Review on development diplomacy, Bangladesh and ASEAN relations, multilateral treaty, and governance issues. He also published book chapters in edited volumes which were published by University Press Limited-Dhaka, Bangladesh, Prothoma Prokashoni, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Centre for Genocide Studies, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh and Centre for East Asian Studies, Dhaka, Bangladesh and Vivekananda International Foundation (VIF), India.Show less
|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|Ph.D.||Political Science||Ghent University||Belgium||2021|
|Post Graduate Diploma||US Foreign Policy||Bard College||United States||2014|
|Masters||Intellectual Property Rights Laws||University of Turin||Italy||2014|
|Masters||International Relations||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2007|
|Bachelor||International Relations||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2006|
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|Energy politics, political economy of the extractivism, Cyber Security, Social Media, Foreign Policy, Resource Governance and Politics, Regionalism and Trade Regimes|
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Mohammad Atique Rahman "Bangladesh-ASEAN Relations: Contemporary Issues and Prospects." Bangladesh-East Asia Relations. Edited by: Professor Delwar Hossain. Dhaka: East Asia Study Center, 2020 .
Amena Mohsin and Mohammad Atique Rahman "Gender Mainstreaming in Regional Organisations: Where does BIMSTEC Stand?." BIMSTEC: The Journey and the Way Forward. Dr. Sreeradha Datta New Delhi: Vivekananda International Foundation, India, 2021 .
Mohammad Atique Rahman "Pandemic and Facebook: Framing the Pandemic Discourse." COVID19-the other-side of living through the pandemic. Imtiaz Ahmed Dhaka: Pathaka Samabesh, 2021 .
Mohammad Atique Rahman "Terrorism and Internet and Strategies for Identifying and Countering Extremist Ideologies on the Internet." Ensuring Life with Terror: Responses to Terrorism in Bangladesh. Imtiaz Ahmed University Press Limited, Bangladesh, 2021 .
Lailufar Yasmin and Mohammad Atique Rahman : Linking Development and Diplomacy on the Context of Bangladesh in the 21st Century, Mirpur Papers, Defense Service Command and Staff College , vol.25 , no.29 , 2019 .
Mohammad Atique Rahman : Comparative Analysis of Trans-boundary Water Governance of Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) and La Plata River Basins: Issues and Concerns, BIISS Journal , vol.Vol. 38 , no.4 , 2017 .
|International||BoF PhD grant for the developing countries||2016||Belgium|