A wounded civilian fleeing the violence in Myanmar is carried on a stretcher to receive medical treatment across the Thai border. Photo: Reuters A wounded civilian fleeing the violence in Myanmar is carried on a stretcher to receive medical treatment across the Thai border. Photo: Reuters
A wounded civilian fleeing the violence in Myanmar is carried on a stretcher to receive medical treatment across the Thai border. Photo: Reuters
Shi Jiangtao
Opinion

Opinion

As I see it by Shi Jiangtao

Myanmar crisis requires Beijing to lead – and work with Washington

  • Deteriorating situation demands a collective response, and China and the United States should step up
  • Chinese interests in the strategically important Myanmar could be damaged by a failure to act

A wounded civilian fleeing the violence in Myanmar is carried on a stretcher to receive medical treatment across the Thai border. Photo: Reuters A wounded civilian fleeing the violence in Myanmar is carried on a stretcher to receive medical treatment across the Thai border. Photo: Reuters
A wounded civilian fleeing the violence in Myanmar is carried on a stretcher to receive medical treatment across the Thai border. Photo: Reuters
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Shi Jiangtao

Shi Jiangtao

A former diplomat, Shi Jiangtao has worked as a China reporter at the Post for more than a decade. He's interested in political, social and environmental development in China.