Legal redress for Rohingya: ASEAN's responsibility
Christian Donny Putranto and Sangeetha Yogendran
PREMIUM Much has been discussed about the current crisis in Myanmar’s Rakhine state and the consequent exodus of more than 620,000 Rohingya to Bangladesh. Yet there is little to no discourse on what the international community and ASEAN should do after the crisis. There should be a legal redress mechanism for the Rohingya subjected to ethnic cleansing and genocidal practices by the Myanmar govern...
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