Dr. Azeem Ibrahim
Dr. Azeem Ibrahim is the Director of Special Initiatives at the Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy in Washington D.C. and author of “The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Genocide” (Hurst, 2017). Twitter: @AzeemIbrahim
Tragedy unfolds as world chooses to forget the Rohingya
Myanmar’s social media genocide
Social media is a powerful tool, for both good and ill. In Myanmar, social media — and Facebook in particular — has been put to cruel and dangerous use.
Salute the courage of Iran’s female protesters
Iran’s leaders would prefer it if their people chanted “Death to America,” but instead protesters in towns and cities across the country are calling for “Death to the dictator.”
Why Myanmar’s junta may be nearing the end of the line
Bangladesh must allow Rohingya-led schools in Cox’s Bazaar
Barbaric hostage diplomacy counterproductive for Iran
US has no good reason to stall on Rohingya genocide label
Perhaps the two most egregious human rights crises currently unfolding in the world are the situations of the Uighurs in China and the Rohingya in Myanmar. The US has declared a genocide in the case of the Uighurs. It has so far resisted doing the same for the Rohingya. Why?
As the US quits, China looks to move in
Bring out the big guns against the Myanmar military
Asia must call time on Myanmar’s junta
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