Articles by FORSEA Forces of Renewal for Southeast Asia
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The Plight of Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Australia
FORSEA Forces of Renewal for Southeast Asia - TRANSCEND Media Service, 3 May 2021
“It’s from the frying pan of wars and genocide at home, into the flaming fire of an off-shore refugee-prison complex in Australia”. How a democratic state such as Australia adopted and institutionalized an anti-refugee policy since around 2001.→ read full article
“Federal Army for Federal Democracy”: The Dawn of Myanmar’s New Politics
Maung Zarni | FORSEA Forces of Renewal for Southeast Asia – TRANSCEND Media Service, 12 Apr 2021
9 Apr 2021 – Myanmar’s peoples of all ethnic backgrounds are undergoing a revolutionary process. Ms Suu Kyi may have to be asked to make the ultimate sacrifice: give up her centre stage in order that a revolution can grow and succeed in its revolutionary mission: a federal army and federal democracy. Otherwise, the pursuit of federalism in Myanmar will continue to be the Achilles’ heel for all democrats and federalists, the majority and minorities.→ read full article
Are We as Area Studies Scholars Guilty of Negligence in Allowing Genocides to Happen in the Regions We Study?
Michael Charney | FORSEA Forces of Renewal for Southeast Asia - TRANSCEND Media Service, 25 Jan 2021
21 Jan 2021 – Foreign scholars CAN help to prevent genocide again. If we’re waiting for policymakers to prevent things on their own and save ourselves the trouble so that we can take a well-funded research trip and sit outside a coffee shop in Naypyitaw or Yangon, why should the rest of the world have any interest in reading anything we have to write? Scholarship and research should mean something.→ read full article