1. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY 7
1.1 Myanmar's obligations under international law 10
2. BACKGROUND 13
2.1 ETHNIC minorities in Myanmar 14
2.2 Ceasefire groups and Border Guard Forces 16
3. tHE ROLE AND RE...
3.1 The Rakhine and the Saffron Revolution 18
3.1.1 August and September: Crackdown 19
3.1.2 October and November: Continued repression 26
3.1.3 Continuing r...
3.1.4 Crackdown country-wide 29
3.2 The Karenni and the 2008 constitution 33
3.2.1 The referendum beyond Kayah State 35
3.3 The Kachin and Rakhine: Ethnic minority political groups 37
4. ETHNIC IDENTITY, DISSENT, AND ARMED CONFLICT 40
4.1 The Shan and M...
4.2 Oppression of ...
4.2.1 Different states, same repression 46
4.3 The Rakhine, S...
4.4 The Mon and Ra...
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