Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- March 30, 2021


Already, Myanmar's Armed Forces Day 2021 will be go down as a day of infamy. Security forces on Sunday went and opened fire on a funeral. 

Can the junta get away with its February First coup by shooting its way out of the crisis? What more can the international community do? 

After targeted sanctions against regime big wigs, how to squeeze the businesses that make money for the military or at least not be complicit in their enrichment? 

We ask about the US suspending a trade deal with Myanmar. Will those measures help or hurt? 

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 Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- March 30, 2021 

The geopolitics of Myanmar’s black swan coup -- Michael Vatikiotis, Asia Times

India's Dangerous Myanmar Policy -- Sudha Ramachandran, The Diplomat

Americans fear China over Russia -- Roger Zakheim and Rachel Hoff, The Hill 

The EU Is Unprepared for a Taiwan Crisis -- David Hutt, Internationale Politik Quarterly 

The Return of German Politics -- Joschka Fischer, Prokect Syndicate 

Analysis: Under political attack, Brazil's Bolsonaro goes on the offensive -- Stephen Eisenhammer and Eduardo Simões, Reuters 

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