Mohammad Mokammel Karim Toufique, India’s Tipaimukh Dam and Bangladesh’s Policy Response: An Analysis, ILSHS Volume 65, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 65)
    India has undertaken the Tipaimukh project on the Barak River. This river is very important for the north-eastern region of the country. Once built, this project will have various adverse impacts on Bangladesh. Though India has repeatedly said that she will not do anything that is damaging for Bangladesh, the project has only been deferred temporarily. This paper analyzes all the policy alternatives that Bangladesh has at her disposal and argues that the only feasible option that the country has is to ask India for the closure of the project.
    Bangladesh India Relationship, Environment, Policy Evaluation, Tipaimukh Dam, Trans-Boundary Watershed Management