Three ethnic armed organizations in Myanmar stated they will pick up arms and fight the junta on the side of the protest movement, which grew and gained momentum in the last two months. How much of a difference can they play in the current scenario, and what future opens for Myanmar from here?
Stefano Ruzza (T.wai & University of Turin) provides his insight on the Myanmar crisis in this episode of “Scope” with Waqar Rizvi, aired by Indus News.
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Stefano Ruzza is the Head of T.wai’s Violence & Security Program and an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Torino.
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