Facebook Is Meddling in Myanmar’s Legally Implemented State of Emergency

Facebook Is Meddling in Myanmar’s Legally Implemented State of Emergency

Facebook deplatformed the page for the Myanmar military’s TV network on the basis that it spread “misinformation that delegitimizes the outcome of November’s election” despite the social media giant having no right to arbitrate in a foreign country’s domestic political dispute, especially not since the recently announced state of emergency was legally implemented in accordance…

The Strategic Consequences of Myanmar’s State of Emergency: The Quad vs. China & Russia?

The Strategic Consequences of Myanmar’s State of Emergency: The Quad vs. China & Russia?

The Tatmadaw’s decision to impose a year-long state of emergency in response to the formerly ruling National League for Democracy’s refusal to seriously investigate the military’s accusations of fraud stemming from last November’s contested elections will temporarily revert Myanmar back to its prior regional pariah status, one which will be exposed to multidimensional pressure from…

The WHO Must Condemn the Doctors’ Protest in Myanmar or Lose Credibility on COVID-19

The WHO Must Condemn the Doctors’ Protest in Myanmar or Lose Credibility on COVID-19

The world’s liberal-globalist forces have been thrown into a conundrum after doctors at 70 hospitals and medical departments in 30 towns in Myanmar stopped working on Wednesday to protest the military’s legally implemented state of emergency, with the WHO now being forced to condemn their political activity or risk losing credibility on its COVID-19 narrative…

Myanmar Needs International Support During Its State of Emergency

Myanmar Needs International Support During Its State of Emergency

The worst-case scenario would be if some governments refuse to recognize what happened and continue to regard Suu Kyi as the “State Counsellor”. That could create a destabilizing situation somewhat resembling what’s happening right now in Belarus and Venezuela where a handful of countries recognize opposition figures as those states’ legitimate leaders after contested elections…

Bangladesh-Based ‘Rohingyas’ Mustn’t Agitate for Regime Change in Myanmar

Bangladesh-Based ‘Rohingyas’ Mustn’t Agitate for Regime Change in Myanmar

The aggressive statement by Bangladesh-based ‘Rohingya’ leader Dil Mohammad imploring the international community “to come forward and restore democracy at all costs” in Myanmar following Monday’s dramatic developments there is extremely counterproductive and risks confirming accusations that this Muslim minority group is being exploited as proxies for carrying out regime change in the Southeast Asian…