Genocide In Myanmar

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What is genocide? The dictionary definition of genocide, as google states, is, “the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular nation or ethnic group.” in 1944, the UN of Human Rights declared the term “genocide”. This term of word relates violent crimes that has been caused by different ethnic groups deliberately killing each other. Genocide also is referred as: An ethnic group forcing children to convert to their own beliefs. (map of Myanmar and neighboring countries)
However, if different ethnic groups do not listen, massive killings can occur. Myanmar, also used to be known as Burma, is located in the western portion of Southeast Asia, and its neighboring countries are China,
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The United Nations high commissioner for human rights, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, said that Myanmar’s military campaign completely violated the international law, and violated and abused many human rights in multiple cases as I explained before. The commissioner stated that the attacks “resembles a cynical ploy to forcibly transfer large numbers of people without possibility of return,” which means that Myanmar had continuously removed its Rohingya minority of political and civil rights for years. Nikki Haley, The US ambassador for the UN, criticized the de facto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, for the…show more content…
In this particular situation, the Political, Social and Economic factors are all connected in a negative way and a positive way, positive being that the Government (political) and the Elite Burmese companies (economic) have discovered the large supplies of natural resources under the Rakhine state which cannot be excavated out, since the people who are remaining in the Rakhine state are the Rohingya how are very poor and cannot make use of the resources. This allowed the Burmese elites and the government to be on the same page and agree to assist each other in getting rid of the Rohingya to acquire the resources and this is clearly beneficial to the country and the Burmese industries that will acquire the resources, but there are also negatives that affect the economic climate of Myanmar such as this letter written to all the major oil and gas companies that operate in
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