Myanmar’s military and its proxy armies

Myanmar’s military and its proxy armies In the north and near the Thai border, ethnic groups have been recruited and are fighting rebel groups alongside the country's regular troops, writes Anthony Davis in Bangkok Post on February 7. Karl Marx’s celebrated reflection over the twists of 19th century French politics had it that history repeats itself first as tragedy and then as farce, said Davis. In his Bangkok Post article, Davis stated that, had he ( Karl Marx) had the chance to consider recent events in Myanmar he might have been surprised to learn that sometimes history repeats itself as both forms of drama at the same time. The latest act in the long-running tragedy of Myanmar’s ethnic conflict features the intervention of a major armed group, which only last Oct...
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