Three years after Myanmar coup, the military is looking shakier than ever. What comes next is less clear


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Open this photo in gallery: A soldier in a Karenni resistance force fires from a hotel room in Loikaw, capital of Myanmar's Karenni state, in a battle for control of a nearby police station. Ethnic militias like these have been waging war against Myanmar's military junta, which seized power in a coup on Feb. 1, 2021.Siegfried Modola/The Globe and Mail Three years after Myanmar’s military seized power in a coup, resistance groups have urged the junta to come to the table and talk peace, after a series of stunning victories for rebel forces. On Wednesday, the opposition National Unity Government...