Deadly Conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State: New Pathways to Peace?

December 11, 2020 01:09:07
Deadly Conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State: New Pathways to Peace?
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Deadly Conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State: New Pathways to Peace?

Dec 11 2020 | 01:09:07

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Show Notes

USIP launched two publications—"Why Burma’s Peace Efforts have Failed to End its Internal Wars” and “The Arakan Army in Myanmar: Deadly Conflict Rises in Rakhine State”—which explore the implications of the deadly conflict in Rakhine State, as well as possible new directions for ending Myanmar’s internal wars.

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