Buddhist monks holding banners and signs lead an anti-coup protest march in Mandalay, Myanmar, on Monday. Photo: AP Buddhist monks holding banners and signs lead an anti-coup protest march in Mandalay, Myanmar, on Monday. Photo: AP
Buddhist monks holding banners and signs lead an anti-coup protest march in Mandalay, Myanmar, on Monday. Photo: AP
Myanmar

As Myanmar’s protesters and military dig in, can Asean, the US or China help the situation?

  • Analysts say the international community has to coordinate their response to the coup and put pressure on the junta
  • Regional efforts are also seen as vital, particularly from India or Japan, though there are fears the generals do not see sanctions as credible threats

Topic |   Myanmar
Buddhist monks holding banners and signs lead an anti-coup protest march in Mandalay, Myanmar, on Monday. Photo: AP Buddhist monks holding banners and signs lead an anti-coup protest march in Mandalay, Myanmar, on Monday. Photo: AP
Buddhist monks holding banners and signs lead an anti-coup protest march in Mandalay, Myanmar, on Monday. Photo: AP
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