The attacks on the Muslim Rohingya by the Myanmar army is the dreadful climax of decades of discrimination by the Buddhist majority. But there are deeper causes, which have alarming implications for the wider region.
It is vital that Myanmar's military immediately halt human-rights abuses of Rohingya in Rakhine State. But it is also vital for the international community to reject the prevailing depiction of the current crisis, which fails to recognize the long history of violent extremism among Rohingya militants.
offers a corrective to the prevailing narrative about the Rohingya crisis in South Asia.
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