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By Eun Hong Park |
<p>Eun Hong Park, a professor at Sungkonghoe University, emphasizes that most countries with implicit alliances with Myanmar`s military have non-liberal governance. Referring to the post-coup phase on &quot;Tatmadaw-democratic camp-international community,&quot; He argues that Myanmar`s &quot;Spring Revolution&quot; can become an opportunity to create &quot;new Asian values.&quot;</p>
By Nuttaphol Meksobhon |
<p>10 months after the coup, many Karen and Karenni refugees are still hiding in the forests and mountains, while concerns over wars on the border have increased. We&nbsp;discuss with academics the role of diplomacy in refugee assistance to enhance national security and developing diplomacy to pressure Min Aung Hlaing.</p>
By ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) |
<p><a href="">Southeast Asian parliamentarians</a> call on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to use this week&rsquo;s ASEAN Summit to take concrete actions to resolve the disastrous situation in Myanmar, including by immediately engaging with the National Unity Government (NUG).</p>
By Supalak Ganjanakhundee |
<p>In order to eradicate all forms of dictatorship and restore democracy in military-ruled Myanmar, the newly formed National Unity Government (NUG) has called for urgent international recognition and an end to violence before political dialogue.</p>
By ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) |
<p>JAKARTA - 20 April 2021: Regional lawmakers have today called on ASEAN to extend an invitation to Myanmar&rsquo;s newly-established National Unity Government (NUG) for its special summit on the country, which will take place on Saturday in Jakarta, Indonesia.</p>