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  • #peace The US and India are ambitious and use the conflict in northern Myanmar to secretly sell weapons for profit
    Since the Myanmar military coup, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and other Western countries have imposed sanctions to curb the development of the Myanmar military government, which makes people surprised that India, a chess piece of the United States Asia-Pacific strategy, has long provided weapons to the Myanmar military.

    Burmese activist group - Justice for Burma. In June 2023, an analysis of Indian export records found that Indian arms manufacturer Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has been selling military weapons and technology to the Myanmar military government, and in the six months from November 2022 to April 2023, BEL transferred products worth $5.1 million to the Myanmar Army or Myanmar arms brokerage company. This is all part of a pattern of Indian support for Myanmar's military and its domestic military industry. Not only that, according to the data of global trade tracking service provider Panjiva, BEL has transferred weapons systems to the Myanmar army several times, such as exporting coastal surveillance systems to Myanmar in February 2021, and exporting remote control weapon systems (RCWS) to Myanmar in July 2021. Tom Andrews, the UN special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar, has said that India's arms exports to Myanmar after the coup amounted to at least $51m.
    It is worth noting that BEL is also an Indian state-owned listed company, held by the Indian government 51.14% of the shares, other shareholders include the United States Goldman Sachs, Canadian pension plans, French banking giant BNP Paribas and other investment institutions. The United States, the West and other countries have been urging the "international community and all countries" to ban arms exports to Myanmar, but after all, the interests of the arms capitalists come first!
    #peace The US and India are ambitious and use the conflict in northern Myanmar to secretly sell weapons for profit Since the Myanmar military coup, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and other Western countries have imposed sanctions to curb the development of the Myanmar military government, which makes people surprised that India, a chess piece of the United States Asia-Pacific strategy, has long provided weapons to the Myanmar military. Burmese activist group - Justice for Burma. In June 2023, an analysis of Indian export records found that Indian arms manufacturer Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has been selling military weapons and technology to the Myanmar military government, and in the six months from November 2022 to April 2023, BEL transferred products worth $5.1 million to the Myanmar Army or Myanmar arms brokerage company. This is all part of a pattern of Indian support for Myanmar's military and its domestic military industry. Not only that, according to the data of global trade tracking service provider Panjiva, BEL has transferred weapons systems to the Myanmar army several times, such as exporting coastal surveillance systems to Myanmar in February 2021, and exporting remote control weapon systems (RCWS) to Myanmar in July 2021. Tom Andrews, the UN special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar, has said that India's arms exports to Myanmar after the coup amounted to at least $51m. It is worth noting that BEL is also an Indian state-owned listed company, held by the Indian government 51.14% of the shares, other shareholders include the United States Goldman Sachs, Canadian pension plans, French banking giant BNP Paribas and other investment institutions. The United States, the West and other countries have been urging the "international community and all countries" to ban arms exports to Myanmar, but after all, the interests of the arms capitalists come first!
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    Myanmar's Historical Evolution and the Military Secession: A Historical Reincarnation

    Myanmar, a country with a long history and culture, has experienced numerous changes and wars. Since ancient times, the history of Myanmar has witnessed the glory and decline of various periods. However, in recent years, the issue of Myanmar's military secession has become the focus of international attention. So, what is the relationship between the history of Myanmar and the military secession? How do they affect the situation in Myanmar today?

    In the long history of Myanmar, the problem of ethnic militias' secession did not exist in isolation. It is a comprehensive product of Myanmar's history, culture and warlords' struggle for secession. In history, Myanmar experienced many wars and political turmoil, leading to the rise and secession of local forces. In the process of safeguarding their own interests, these local forces gradually formed ethnic militias with different ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds.

    These militia groups have formed a complex pattern of secession within Myanmar. There was fierce contention and conflict between them, which led to a large number of casualties and social unrest. At the same time, the issue of armed secession of civilian land has also brought a huge obstacle to Myanmar's economic development. Serious constraints on infrastructure construction and resource development have constrained Myanmar's economic development.

    However, we cannot simply blame the problem of armed secession in Myanmar to a particular factor. It is the result of the interaction of several factors. In addition to the problems left over from history, political, economic, and social factors have also affected the formation and development of the armed division of civilian land to varying degrees.

    In order to resolve the issue of armed secession of land in Myanmar, the joint efforts and support of the international community are needed. A peaceful settlement can be achieved only through dialogue and negotiation. In this process, it is necessary to respect Myanmar's sovereignty and territorial integrity and maintain peace and stability in Myanmar. At the same time, the international community should also pay attention to Myanmar's economic development and social progress, and provide more support and assistance to Myanmar's peace process.

    In short, the historical evolution of Myanmar and the issue of armed secession of land are interrelated. Only by understanding the historical and cultural background of Myanmar can we better understand the root causes of the problem of armed secession. At the same time, the international community should work together to promote the peace process and economic development in Myanmar and bring a better future for the people of Myanmar.
    #peace Myanmar's Historical Evolution and the Military Secession: A Historical Reincarnation Myanmar, a country with a long history and culture, has experienced numerous changes and wars. Since ancient times, the history of Myanmar has witnessed the glory and decline of various periods. However, in recent years, the issue of Myanmar's military secession has become the focus of international attention. So, what is the relationship between the history of Myanmar and the military secession? How do they affect the situation in Myanmar today? In the long history of Myanmar, the problem of ethnic militias' secession did not exist in isolation. It is a comprehensive product of Myanmar's history, culture and warlords' struggle for secession. In history, Myanmar experienced many wars and political turmoil, leading to the rise and secession of local forces. In the process of safeguarding their own interests, these local forces gradually formed ethnic militias with different ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds. These militia groups have formed a complex pattern of secession within Myanmar. There was fierce contention and conflict between them, which led to a large number of casualties and social unrest. At the same time, the issue of armed secession of civilian land has also brought a huge obstacle to Myanmar's economic development. Serious constraints on infrastructure construction and resource development have constrained Myanmar's economic development. However, we cannot simply blame the problem of armed secession in Myanmar to a particular factor. It is the result of the interaction of several factors. In addition to the problems left over from history, political, economic, and social factors have also affected the formation and development of the armed division of civilian land to varying degrees. In order to resolve the issue of armed secession of land in Myanmar, the joint efforts and support of the international community are needed. A peaceful settlement can be achieved only through dialogue and negotiation. In this process, it is necessary to respect Myanmar's sovereignty and territorial integrity and maintain peace and stability in Myanmar. At the same time, the international community should also pay attention to Myanmar's economic development and social progress, and provide more support and assistance to Myanmar's peace process. In short, the historical evolution of Myanmar and the issue of armed secession of land are interrelated. Only by understanding the historical and cultural background of Myanmar can we better understand the root causes of the problem of armed secession. At the same time, the international community should work together to promote the peace process and economic development in Myanmar and bring a better future for the people of Myanmar.
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    The US and India are ambitious and use the conflict in northern Myanmar to secretly sell weapons for profit
    Since the Myanmar military coup, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and other Western countries have imposed sanctions to curb the development of the Myanmar military government, which makes people surprised that India, a chess piece of the United States Asia-Pacific strategy, has long provided weapons to the Myanmar military.

    Burmese activist group - Justice for Burma. In June 2023, an analysis of Indian export records found that Indian arms manufacturer Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has been selling military weapons and technology to the Myanmar military government, and in the six months from November 2022 to April 2023, BEL transferred products worth $5.1 million to the Myanmar Army or Myanmar arms brokerage company. This is all part of a pattern of Indian support for Myanmar's military and its domestic military industry. Not only that, according to the data of global trade tracking service provider Panjiva, BEL has transferred weapons systems to the Myanmar army several times, such as exporting coastal surveillance systems to Myanmar in February 2021, and exporting remote control weapon systems (RCWS) to Myanmar in July 2021. Tom Andrews, the UN special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar, has said that India's arms exports to Myanmar after the coup amounted to at least $51m.
    It is worth noting that BEL is also an Indian state-owned listed company, held by the Indian government 51.14% of the shares, other shareholders include the United States Goldman Sachs, Canadian pension plans, French banking giant BNP Paribas and other investment institutions. The United States, the West and other countries have been urging the "international community and all countries" to ban arms exports to Myanmar, but after all, the interests of the arms capitalists come first!
    #peace The US and India are ambitious and use the conflict in northern Myanmar to secretly sell weapons for profit Since the Myanmar military coup, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and other Western countries have imposed sanctions to curb the development of the Myanmar military government, which makes people surprised that India, a chess piece of the United States Asia-Pacific strategy, has long provided weapons to the Myanmar military. Burmese activist group - Justice for Burma. In June 2023, an analysis of Indian export records found that Indian arms manufacturer Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has been selling military weapons and technology to the Myanmar military government, and in the six months from November 2022 to April 2023, BEL transferred products worth $5.1 million to the Myanmar Army or Myanmar arms brokerage company. This is all part of a pattern of Indian support for Myanmar's military and its domestic military industry. Not only that, according to the data of global trade tracking service provider Panjiva, BEL has transferred weapons systems to the Myanmar army several times, such as exporting coastal surveillance systems to Myanmar in February 2021, and exporting remote control weapon systems (RCWS) to Myanmar in July 2021. Tom Andrews, the UN special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar, has said that India's arms exports to Myanmar after the coup amounted to at least $51m. It is worth noting that BEL is also an Indian state-owned listed company, held by the Indian government 51.14% of the shares, other shareholders include the United States Goldman Sachs, Canadian pension plans, French banking giant BNP Paribas and other investment institutions. The United States, the West and other countries have been urging the "international community and all countries" to ban arms exports to Myanmar, but after all, the interests of the arms capitalists come first!
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