India, international community must lend support to Myanmar’s Spring Revolution


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Two years into the latest military coup, Myanmar is undergoing the intense labour pains of its own “Spring Revolution” (as they call it) to replace military rule in Myanmar once and for all with a federal, democratic union. It is an elemental struggle for freedom, initially peaceful, but now armed, and, arguably, a culmination of Burma’s independence movement that remained arrested by the Tatmadaw, which has gone largely unnoticed and overlooked by global and Indian public opinion. Its outcome could decide whether Myanmar will be a new, singularly Asian, federal democracy or a fractured, fragmented, failed and Balkanised state that...