In the year since Myanmar’s coup, resistance movements have emerged across the country, and the military has cracked down hard – on both armed fighters and civilians. It’s a form of total war that has killed more than 1,000 people. And the rural areas of the country have seen the worst of it.
In this episode:
- Nu Nu Lusan (@NuNuLusan), freelance journalist
- Emily Fishbein (@EmilyFishbein11), freelance journalist
- Salai Za Uk Ling, deputy director of Chin Human Rights Organization (@ChinHumanRights)
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