Myanmar's Rohingya Genocide: Identity, History and Hate Speech (Paperback)Ronan Lee (author)
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 484 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
Ronan Lee's book is one of the most important studies of the ongoing genocide against the Rohingya in Myanmar to date. It seeks to understand the Rohingya situation in its proper historical context and contemporary political situation, offering a fair, reliable, insightful analysis that identifies the many factors that will keep contributing to this crisis. The biggest contribution, however, is the examination of the genocide from the perspectives of different individuals involved in the crisis, which reveals just how complicated and difficult a resolution will be. This book is highly recommended to anyone seeking to understand the crisis, and importantly, those in governments and NGOs who can adapt practice on the basis of insights a careful reading of this volume offers. * Professor Michael W. Charney, SOAS, UK *
In his new book, Myanmar's Rohingya Genocide, Lee in effect predicted the current seizure of power by the military ... Lee conducted fieldwork in Myanmar and its neighbouring countries, and his book is determined to tell the stories of the Rohingya themselves. * The National *
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