The making of the Rohingya genocide and Myanmar's impunity

The roots of the Rohingya's tragedy go back to British rule in nineteenth-century Burma. Never accepted as equal citizens, they are now at the mercy of global powers intent on a new Great Game.

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Published in:Current history
Main Author: Fair, C. Christine 1968-
Format: Print Article
Language:English
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Published: University of Californiarnia Press 2019
In:Current history
Year: 2019, Volume: 118, Issue: 807, Pages: 149-153
Further subjects:B Myanmar
B Religious identity
B Conflict
B Minority question
B Cause
B Rohingya
B Population group
B Course of
B Genocide
B Ethnic group
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Summary:The roots of the Rohingya's tragedy go back to British rule in nineteenth-century Burma. Never accepted as equal citizens, they are now at the mercy of global powers intent on a new Great Game.
ISSN:0011-3530
Contains:Enthalten in: Current history