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Between a Crocodile and a Snake: Myanmar’s Stateless Rohingya

It was not until 1865 that slaves in the U.S were granted citizenship. A hundred years later, the South African Citizenship Act purged ethnic categories from its criteria for citizenship. If broad and equal citizenship is a benchmark of a democratic state, where does this leave Myanmar? Despite Myanmar’s slow but valiant steps towards democracy spearheaded by Daw Aung San ...

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