The next FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles welcomes two guests: Giada Corsoni from Genocide Watch, and Gregory Stanton, the Genocide Watch founding President, the host is FORSEA's Maung Zarni. Watch live on YouTube: Friday 1 April 2022.
Welcoming US Government’s Genocide Determination & Urging the Myanmar People’s Fund for the Revolution
From FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles: Padoh Saw Taw Nee of KNU and Ma Ei Thinzar Maung of NUG welcome US Government's Genocide Determination and urges the release of $1 billion Myanmar People's Fund for the Revolution.
Reassessment of Bilateral and Multilateral relations with the UN Member State of Myanmar Must Take Place
FORSEA's Dr Maung Zarni calls for the reassessment of bilateral and multilateral relations with the UN Member state of Myanmar, in the hands of the genocide perpetrators, and urges the international community of democracies to provide Myanmar resistance with arms and other support.
In Southeast Asia, a region of nearly 600-million, neither the citizens nor the states seem to share the kind of popular official outrage over Russia's invasion of Ukraine, or the fear of immediate impact on their lives, which one sees in the West such as in the United States, Canada, the UK and European Union.
FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles: 22 March 2022 – Live on YouTube: The invasions of Iraq by the United States was primarily about oil. The impact of Russia invasion on oil and gas prices – and energy security – are most prominently discussed in the western media. What role has the US oil and gas industry – or more crudely MONEY $€££ – played in this proxy war between Russia...
FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles: 21 March 2022 – Live on YouTube. In Burmese and English languages with guests Padoh Saw Taw Nee, and Daw Ei Thinzar Maung.
The next FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles is with special guest, Demir Mahmutćehajić, Stolac-based veteran activist with DOSTA! (Enough!) movement and a co-founder of UK Islamic Human Rights Commission.
Enforcement is one of the primary attributes that constitute law. If a law cannot be enforced, it can no longer be considered law. It is crucial that the ICJ's judgment in The Gambia v. Myanmar be used to correct the ICJ's erroneous requirement that genocide be the only intent of a State to prove its special intent to commit genocide.
"These processes do not automatically improve humanitarian responses, amend the Myanmar Constitution, eliminate discriminatory laws, support restorative justice among divided communities, or directly build rule of law in Myanmar. They are complementary to and not a substitute for long-term solutions."
FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles Across Asia. On 10 February 2022, FORSEA will host the second roundtable with two well-known American legal scholars, namely Michael A. Becker, who served as Associate Legal Officer at the International Court of Justice at the Hague from 2010-2014 and Dr Katherine Southwick, formerly with the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia and now an engaged scholar on the...