Anti-Muslim Violence in Burma/Myanmar and the Responsibility to Protect

Content Type
Policy Brief
The Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect
After more than fifty years of military rule, in 2011 Burma/Myanmar embarked upon a historic transition with the new civilian government, led by President Thein Sein, undertaking a series of political and economic reforms. Burma/Myanmar has been congratulated by the international community for its attempt to end gross human rights abuses and establish a more tolerant and peaceful society.
Human Rights, International Cooperation, Islam, Regional Cooperation, Governance, Minorities, Reform
Political Geography
Asia, Burma, Myanmar