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

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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