Watch live: FORSEA's Dialogue on Democratic Struggles Series with guest Farina So, Principal Deputy Director of the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) and author of "The Hijab of Cambodia: Memories of Cham Muslim Women after the Khmer Rouge".
Western Myanmar as a Genocide Triangle: Myanmar’s Military-State, Separatist Rakhine Nationalists and Rohingya Genocide Victims
The increasingly vocal demand by the separatist Arakan Army (AA) for international recognition of it as a (quasi)-state actor with which the United Nations and foreign governments should do business with, needs to be checked against the dark record of the anti-Rohingya racism and criminal responsibility of its popular base, namely Rakhine nationalists, in the slow-burning genocide of Rohingyas since the late 1970's.
The Exceptionality of the Powerless and the Banality of Power: Japan’s Rohingya Community and the Japanese State
By imposing sanctions on Japanese businesses that associate with the criminal state of Myanmar, the U.S. and Europe can make Japan and its industries pay the price for the desires hidden behind their pretensions of peace and prosperity.
ASEAN under Cambodia’s Chair-ship Needs a New Muscular Strategy To Deal with Myanmar Dictator Min Aung Hlaing
ASEAN Defence Ministries could work out a Humanitarian Task Force, with Cambodia as a natural leader. The post-civil war Cambodian leadership of Prime Minister Hun Sen has decades of experience working with external actors, from UN to China. This proposal could be attractive to both China and other immediate neighbours.