Tag Archive: Southeast Asia

Apr ২০

Suu Kyi’s Apartheid Myanmar

How long our world must witness the ethnic cleansing of vulnerable minorities? In Myanmar, it’s a routine thing against the minority Rohingyas who mostly live in the northern Arakan state, close to Bangladesh. They are the most persecuted people in our planet. They were persecuted for nearly half a century by the military governments that preceded the current …

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Sep ০৫

Malaysia’s Shameful Scandal

  What’s happening in Malaysia? Are we witnessing some conspiracy to break the head of this emerging economic power, or something else? As readers may recall, the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed after being hit by a Russian-made Buk missile when it was travelling over the conflict-hit region …

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