The Anatomy of the Political Economy of Slow Genocide, and Organising of Racial Capitalism– A Tale of the Making of De Facto Stateless Rohingya
The paper discusses the political economy of genocide by exploring the organising of genocide against the world’s largest de facto stateless community – the Rohingya community of Myanmar – over the past forty years.
As early as December 2022, the coup leader Min Aung Hlaing was warned by his security chiefs that the military-sponsored elections will trigger waves of violence across Myanmar
What emerges from this official document marked “SECRET” is a deeply troubling picture of a state, in the slow-motion process of a collapse.
Bureaucratic Despair at the United Nations Human Rights Council, but Hope, Love and Strength amongst Myanmar’s Resistance Communities
Listen Mr. Human Rights Commissioner: Hope is NOT rare among us Myanmar revolutionaries and our supporters.
Under Min Aung Hlaing’s genocidal commandership, Myanmar Armed Forces are morphing into a terrorist organization in full view of the world at large. The question now for Myanmar – and the pro-democratic world – to ask themselves is a variation of Lenin’s “What needs to be done?”
FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles Series hosts a conversation with David Eubank, a humanitarian & former US Army Special Forces and Ranger officer, & Founder and Leader of the Free Burma Rangers, which conducts relief, advocacy, leadership development and unity missions among the people of Burma.