• The Rohingya have been forcibly displaced throughout Asia, including India, with repatriation to Myanmar deemed impossible. How are they being treated in India, a country lacking refugee laws and international commitments? According to Indian laws and the policies of the current BJP-led government, they are viewed as “aliens” who pose a security threat and are excluded by the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act. Do Indians endorse this view?
  • Kristina Kironska 22 February 2024
    Three years after the failed military coup in Myanmar, there is genuine hope within the country for democratic resistance. By the end of 2023 and into the beginning of 2024, Myanmar reached a turning point, with significant successes achieved by the revolutionary movement, particularly on the battlefield. For the first time since the coup, there is a growing possibility that the resistance movement may prevail against the military dictatorship.
  • Antonella Vicini 22 April 2013
    Last month more than 40 people were killed and a state of emergency was proclaimed and during the past few weeks 13 more were killed, all young people. The dead belonged to the Muslim minority in Burma where for years an underground war has been taking place, never reported by the media, especially in Italy, one that is part of the jigsaw puzzle of instability that involves Burma’s Islamic community. It has become so serious that Burma’s President Thein Sein has called for a multi-religious society. It is a crucial time for the democratic evolution of the country and while everyone is looking forward to the 2015 presidential election, Sein reminded everyone that “together we have overcome many difficulties and challenges” and that “now we can emerge as a society where many races and religions live together in harmony, while preserving our customs and traditions.”
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