Is Indonesia’s best good enough to handle the Myanmar crisis?


PRESSURE is now on Indonesia as Asean chair this year to tackle the humanitarian crisis and human rights violations in Myanmar that are now in their third year.

Asean has been struggling to get Myanmar’s military junta to come on board and adhere to the five-point consensus (5PC) drawn up by the regional grouping after a coup threw out the democratically elected government in February 2021, triggering violence that killed thousands and displaced more than a million people.

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