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No peaceful resolution for Myanmar coup situation: analyst

By Abiodun Ogundairo
20 March 2021   |   12:23 pm
Alarmed at the strength of the opposition to the coup, the Myanmar junta is trying to instill fear with increasing violence, says Khin Zaw Win, the director of the Tampadipa Institute, a Yangon-based think-tank, "I don't see any way where we can get to a peaceful, non-violent resolution."

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