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Author Karim, Mohammad Aminul, author

Title Genocide and Geopolitics of the Rohingya Crisis / Mohd Aminul Karim, (Author), Dean & Professor, School of Business, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB), Dhaka, Bangladesh
Published New York : NOVA Science Publishers, [2020]

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Description 1 online resource
Series Human rights: contemporary issues and perspectives
Contents Organization of the Book -- Background History of the Rohingyas in Arakan: From the Kingdom of Arakan to the Colonial Era -- Relevant Burmese Modern History -- To Define the Rohingya Problem -- Strategic Significance of the Area -- 1974 Constitution: A Turning Event in Myanmar History? -- Role of the Monks -- What Genocide/Crime against Humanity/Ethnic Cleansing Entails -- Can the International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecute the Perpetrators? -- Geopolitics Involved -- Possibility of Local Insurgency Getting Entrenched -- Possibility of Rohingya Going back to Myanmar this Time Round -- Plight of Bangladesh in Sheltering the Rohingyas -- Scenario Development -- Suggestions: Few Doable
Summary "Set in the South and Southeast Region, this book attempts to analyze the implications of both genocides perpetrated on the unarmed Rohingya minority community in Myanmar, and the geopolitics of the powers of the region that deter the resolution of this festering problem. The book highlights the helplessness of the UN system to take any punitive actions against the perpetrators i.e. the security forces of Myanmar given that China, India and Russia, who are taking the side of Myanmar for geopolitical reasons. They have exercised their vetoes at the UNSC to such an action. The book describes the key players in this region, their interests, compulsions and imperatives, and covers different strategies launched by the United States, China, India, Japan, Bangladesh, and Myanmar that tend to stall the resolution of the process or even refusing to take back the Rohingya refugees-1.1 million of them including children and women-now languishing in the cramped camps inside Bangladesh. Most of these refugees were forced to flee their ancestral homes after a ghastly genocide meted out to them in October 2017. Such massacres have been taking place in a series of violence starting from 1977-8. This issue has huge regional security implications. The ugly heads of insurgency are also looming large. This has turned out to be a huge burden on the economy and environment of Bangladesh. However, different donor agencies including UNHCR are providing relief and rehabilitation. The author provides ramifications and reflections in the form of scenario development and suggesting certain options - uniqueness of this book -on this festering humanitarian issue"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Rohingya (Burmese people) -- Violence against
Rohingya (Burmese people) -- Crimes against -- Burma
Rohingya (Burmese people) -- Social conditions
Genocide -- Burma
Ethnic relations
Genocide
Rohingya (Burmese people) -- Social conditions
SUBJECT Burma -- Ethnic relations
Subject Burma
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2020029150
ISBN 1536183156
9781536183153