The Rohingya issue is seen less as a clash between religions and more of an ethnic and economic problem within Myanmar’s rapidly developing economy, according to a Times of India report.Read More
About the Author
Asma Masood has interned at the Institute of Peace & Conflict Studies, New Delhi, India. She studied M.A International Studies at Stella Maris College, Chennai and graduated in Journalism from M.O.P Vaishnav College, Chennai. Her areas of interest are Asia-Pacific studies.
China’s mediation in the Kachin-Myanmar conflict is harvesting results, as the parties reached a tentative truce on 31 May.Read More