Reframing the Crisis in Myanmar’s Rakhine State

This paper focuses on the two competing narratives that have emerged in the aftermath of the attacks in Myanmar’s Rakhine State. One frames the attacks as a critical threat to national security and the majority cultural-religious status quo. The second focuses on the human cost of the clearance operations, particularly for the largely stateless Rohingya. In any interpretation, it is clear that the situation is a threat to regional stability moving forward, necessitating a coordinated political and humanitarian response.

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