Complexities of Myanmar crisis

News 25.08.2022

For 18 months now, there has still been no substantial progress for ways out of the Myanmar crisis. With the current geopolitical environment, the prospect of any meaningful resolutions remains challenging. When talking about Myanmar right now, there will always be news of arms confrontations between the Naypyidaw military authority, or Tatmadaw, and other armed groups, including its rival, the National Unity Government (NUG). The country is mounted with crises, while existing resolutions are still limited. Internally, Myanmar is divided with occupied zones. All conflicted parties have not shown any signs to talk with each other yet. The current trend is so pessimistic. Externally, there are responses by many actors in the region and across the world, especially on implementing the ASEAN Five-Point Consensus (5PC). (Read More)


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