A thesis presented to the Faculty of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree MASTER OF MILITARY ART AND SCIENCE Strategy
by RAHMAN MD FAIZUR, MAJOR, BANGLADESH M.D.S., National University of Bangladesh, 2004
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 2005
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This may also help Bangladesh maintain a sustained growth in the face of likely economic peril. This paper studies both negative and positive impacts of globalization on some selected economic sectors of Bangladesh. It also studies some ameliorative measures to overcome the negative impacts and also the ways to exploit the opportunities created. Finally the paper recommends some measures for Bangladesh to meet the challenges of economic globalization.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank the members of my committee for their guidance throughout the thesis process while a student at the Command and General Staff Officer Course: Mr. Robert D. Walz, Dr. Michael D. Mihlaka, and Mr. Richard T. Anderson, M.S. In addition to this excellent group of instructors, I would like to offer my appreciation to the members of my student teaching team that provided me sufficient background in History, Leadership, and Logistics to understand the complexities of my topic: Mr. Marlyn Pierce, LTC Jean Gaslin, and Mr Solein. Special thanks go to my Small Group Advisor, LTC Jim Hockenhull and his assistant, Mr. Steve Melton for providing both education and mentorship during my ten-month pursuit of a degree in Military Strategy. Thanks to my wife, Shoma, for providing me the time to concentrate on my endeavors and understanding my ambitions. Last but not the least; I must make a mention of my four years old daughter, Ramisa, who missed many quality family times