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Myanmar’s human rights crisis justifies foregoing neutrality for a solidarity-based approach to humanitarianism
The human rights crisis in Myanmar justifies a solidarity-based approach to the provision of international aid.
Myanmar’s Human Rights Commission has been noticeably silent which raises issues regarding expectations of human rights institutions against regimes inimical to human rights.
The coup has major potential consequences for a country that was struggling to emerge from decades of military oppression and conflict.
Right-wing royalists and a bureaucratic and ideological system have for decades lauded the monarchy and rejected criticism as “un-Thai”.
The difficulties of implementing the UNGPs on business and human rights in a ‘pervasive culture of immunity’.