Anthony Ware and Costas Laoutides’s <em>Myanmar’s ‘Rohingya’ Conflict</em>

Anthony Ware and Costas Laoutides’s Myanmar’s ‘Rohingya’ Conflict

by Priscilla Clapp, David I. Steinberg, Bruce Matthews, Katherine G. Southwick, Anthony Ware, and Costas Laoutides
January 30, 2019

Myanmar’s ‘Rohingya’ Conflict analyzes the complexities of the tripartite conflict between the Rohingya, Rakhine, and the Burman-led state. Priscilla Clapp, David I. Steinberg, Bruce Matthews, and Katherine G. Southwick discuss the themes of the book and whether any resolution of this conflict is in sight, followed by a response from authors Anthony Ware and Costas Laoutides.


Tackling Myanmar’s Elusive National Identity

Priscilla Clapp

Myanmar: The Multiple Conundrums of Rohingya Policy

David I. Steinberg

Identity Politics, Myanmar’s Bête Noire, Continues to Constrain the Nation’s Future

Bruce Matthews

Elucidating Intractability

Katherine G. Southwick

Authors’ Response: Is There No Resolution in Myanmar’s Rohingya Conflict?

Anthony Ware and Costas Laoutides

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