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Is Myanmar a failed state? | The Economist

Myanmar is on the brink of collapse. Its armed forces are continuing a brutal crackdown—arresting, torturing and killing protesters—as Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s de-facto leader, is detained. Our experts answer your questions.

00:00 - What will happen to Aung San Suu Kyi?
02:15 - What are India and China doing?
03:37 - Should the West intervene?
05:25 - What’s happening to the Rohingya refugees?
07:16 - How will Myanmar’s neighbours be affected?
08:44 - Will civil war break out?
10:36 - Can the protesters win?
12:05 - Will Myanmar become a failed state?

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