ASEAN can act on Rohingya
Director of Amnesty International Indonesia
PREMIUM The recent violence in Myanmar bears all the hallmarks of ethnic cleansing. Myanmar’s security forces are engaged in a vicious and disproportionate campaign, burning down whole villages and firing at random at Rohingya as they are trying to flee. But beyond the immediate humanitarian emergency, the situation can also teach us a meaningful lesson about noninterference and human rights. ...
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