Thursday 24 May 2018
Contact US    |    Archive
economist
3 months ago

Myanmar’s peace process is not living up to its billing

“AS FAR as I remember, we’ve always been at war with the Burmans,” says Nya Ter, the leader of Ei Tu Hta, a camp for displaced people on the border between Myanmar and Thailand. He and the other 2,600 or so residents are Karens, one of Myanmar’s many ethnic minorities. Burmans are the country’s dominant ethnic group. Over a decade ago the camp’s residents fled the atrocities of the Burmese army, seeking refuge in territory under the Karen National Union (KNU), a militia. Stuck between the Salween river and

Read on the original site


هذه الصفحة هي مجرد قاریء تلقائي للأخبار باستخدام خدمة الـ RSS و بأن نشر هذه الأخبار هنا لاتعني تأییدها علی الإطلاق.

Road Show Event

- myaces
Hashtags:   

Myanmar

 | 

peace

 | 

process

 | 

not

 | 

living

 | 

its

 | 

billing

 |