The Rohingya Violence

Suba Chandran, D (2017) The Rohingya Violence. Rising Kashmir, 12 September 2017.

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Abstract: Violence has returned to haunt the hapless Rohingya community in Myanmar. The latest round of violence and the subsequent exodus of the Rohingyas from their Arakine homeland had its origins with a series of attacks carried out by the Rohingya militants on 25 August. By now, one could identify a trend – violence against the Rohingya community, exodus, international condemnation of the regime in Myanmar and a gap in violence. If the present violence-exodus-global condemnation cycle does not cease and a solution is not found within Myanmar, the Rohingya conflict is likely to get internationalized and linked with radical groups elsewhere. This would lead to internationalization of Rohingya violence – with either a section within the Rohingya community getting international support to use violence as a strategy, or those global jihadi groups see Rohingya conflict as an opportunity to expand their footprints in Southeast Asia. Perhaps, it is already happening, as some reports tend to indicate.
Item Type: In the Media
Subjects: Programmes > International Strategic and Security Studies Programme > Conflict Resolution
Programmes > International Strategic and Security Studies Programme
Divisions: Schools > Conflict and Security Studies
Date Deposited: 12 Sep 2017 07:13
Last Modified: 12 Sep 2017 07:13
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