Time to renew outdated strategies - Current State of the Peace Process in Myanmar

Grein, Christina

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After almost seventy years of civil war and armed conflict the peace process is considered to be the centerpiece of a future peaceful coexistence of the various ethnic groups in Myanmar. Peace negotiations under the former Thein Sein government led to the so called Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement signed by 8 ethnic armed organisations out of approximately 21. The initiation of the Panglong Peace Conferences by the succeeding National League for Democracy government aroused high hopes among ethnic minorities. Meanwhile, frustration over the faltering negotiations is growing. In December 2017 Christina Grein met with Dr. Sai Oo, Director of the Pyidaungsu Institute, to talk about the current situation of the negotiations and the challenges ahead.

Document type: Article
Publisher: Stiftung Asienhaus
Place of Publication: Köln
Date: 2018
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 19 February 2018
Faculties / Institutes: Miscellaneous > Individual person
DDC-classification: Political science
Controlled Subjects: Birma, Friedensverhandlung, Minderheit
Uncontrolled Keywords: Birma, Friedensverhandlung, Minderheit / Burma, Peace Negotiation, Minority
Subject (classification): Politics
Countries/Regions: other countries
Collection: Blickwechsel
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