Joshua Kurlantzick

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 The government of Myanmar says 176 of 471 Rohingya villages are now empty since their Muslim residents — persecuted by the Buddhist majority and the…

Humanitarian crisis under Nobel Peace winner's watch

Photo by Steve Gumaer   The government of Myanmar says 176 of 471 Rohingya villages are now empty since their Muslim residents — persecuted by the Buddhist majority and the…

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