Demonstrators in Yangon on Monday hold pictures showing some of the hundreds killed during Myanmar’s ongoing anti-coup protests. Photo: EPA Demonstrators in Yangon on Monday hold pictures showing some of the hundreds killed during Myanmar’s ongoing anti-coup protests. Photo: EPA
Demonstrators in Yangon on Monday hold pictures showing some of the hundreds killed during Myanmar’s ongoing anti-coup protests. Photo: EPA
Philipp Annawitt
Opinion

Opinion

Philipp Annawitt

China can return stability to Myanmar and fix its image problem if it takes sides in the crisis

  • Despite the rumours, Beijing has not yet lent decisive support to Myanmar’s junta, and has called for domestic political reconciliation to end the post-coup crisis
  • But Myanmar will not be peaceful until it is a federal democracy, a political system that can be best achieved by working with the country’s democratic interim government

Demonstrators in Yangon on Monday hold pictures showing some of the hundreds killed during Myanmar’s ongoing anti-coup protests. Photo: EPA Demonstrators in Yangon on Monday hold pictures showing some of the hundreds killed during Myanmar’s ongoing anti-coup protests. Photo: EPA
Demonstrators in Yangon on Monday hold pictures showing some of the hundreds killed during Myanmar’s ongoing anti-coup protests. Photo: EPA
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