New Approaches to the Peace-seeking Process in Burma/Myanmar
In addition to several other countries, such as Mozambique and Columbia, Burma’s contemporary history has illustrated that, if the dialogue between the belligerent parties, albeit necessary, is the sole emphasis, then genuine peace will never be achieved and the resumption of fighting will constantly occur.
The eradication of the narcotic drugs and the peace seeking process in burma/myanmar
Due to loosened oversight fueled by COVID-19 restrictions, the production and trafficking of narcotic drugs may have increased across the world. The confiscation of the largest synthetic opioid supply in Shan State, Burma, on record in Southeast Asia in May 2020,1 for instance, has triggered concern for the international community.