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What will break the stalemate in Myanmar?

Military uses live bullets on anti-coup protesters, killing dozens.

A month of protests against Myanmar’s military coup shows no signs of letting up. The army has begun firing live rounds at peaceful demonstrators.

The United Nations says scores of people have been killed since February 1. Despite this, the protests are growing larger in many towns and cities.

With neither side backing down, can anything break the impasse?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom


Myra Dahgaypaw – managing director, US Campaign for Burma

Min Zaw Oo – executive director, Myanmar Institute for Peace and Security

Yanghee Lee – founding member of the Special Advisory Council for Myanmar and former UN special rapporteur on Myanmar