- The Unending Nightmare: The Impacts of Bangladesh’s Digital Security Act 2018
- Where are They? Enforced Disappearances in Bangladesh
- Executions at Will? Extrajudicial Killings by state actors in Bangladesh
- Geopolitics of the pandemic: The Bangladesh scene
- Anatomy of a Rigged Election in Hybrid Regime: Lessons from Bangladesh (Co-authored)
- Who owns the media in Bangladesh (co-authored with Mohammad Sajjadur Rahman)
- Media Ownership in Bangladesh (Co-authored with Mohammad Sajjadur Rahman)
- Covid-19 and Governance in Bangladesh
- The pathway of Democratic Backsliding in Bangladesh
- Bangladesh In the Shadow of COVID-19 — Carnival of Corruption, Controlling Information, and Coercion
- Bangladesh’s Economic ‘Recovery’ in the COVID-19 Era: A Paradox, a Puzzle Or Mirage?”, Asia’s Path Forward, Center for International Private Enterprises (CIPE) October 2, 2020
- Three Decades of Bangladeshi Politics (1990-2019): The Emergence and Collapse of the Political Settlements.
- “Legislature as a Tool of the Hybrid Regime: Bangladesh Experience.”
- “Indo-Bangladesh Relationship: “Saath Saath” (Together) or Too Close for Comfort?”
- “Making Walls, Fencing Borders and Living on the Margin: Understanding the India-Bangladesh Border.”
- “Bangladeshi Militants: What Do We Know?” (Co-author Saimum Parvez).
- “More Than Meets the Eye: The Narratives of Secularism and Islam In Bangladesh.”
- “Democracy and Sharia in Bangladesh: Surveying Support” (Co-author: Syeda Salina Aziz).
- “Challenges to Islamic Education”,
- “Bangladesh: Islamist Militancy, Democracy Deficit and Where to Next?”
- “Who are the Bangladeshi ‘Islamist Militants’”
- “The State-Society Relationship and Political Conflicts in Nepal (1768-2005)” [co-author Subho Basu].
- “Beyond the Tilt: US Initiatives to Dissipate Bangladesh Movement in 1971.”
- “Global Jihad, Sectarianism and The Madrassahs in Pakistan.”
- “Traditional institutions as tools of political Islam in Bangladesh: Salish and Fatwa.”
- “Bangladesh in 2004: The Politics of Vengeance and the Erosion of Democracy.”