In a 13 minutes pre-recorded interview with ABC Radio’s Saturday Extra With Fran Kelly, Dr Zarni speaks on a variety of interconnected issues that have plagued Myanmar since independence in 1948.

Topics include the fighting across Myanmar; AA’s attack on Rohingya and how it became part of the slow-burning genocide; the need for non-military intervention in a country where leaders and groups have failed to build peace over nearly 80 years; the Islamophobia as a manufactured racist product; and a critique of the policies of Myanmar’s  neighbours. Listen below –

While in Phnom Penh,  he also spoke to Khmer Times on the need for greater and more active intervention by Myanmar’s Asian and ASEAN neighbors  for ceasefire and eventual peace. The interview can be accessed below –


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