NEW DELHI: What are India’s foreign policy objectives and is it realising them after the February military coup in Myanmar, how is China seen in that country and how are both Asian giants dealing with the situation in their national interests, what is Aung San Suu Kyi’s political profile post the junta levelling corruption and other charges against her, is the U.S. and the West sanctioning elements of the military working and what is ASEAN’s role with rights groups estimating over 800 people have been killed by the junta? Watch ‘The Gist‘ and Avinash Paliwal, Associate Professor, SOAS and Deputy Director, SOAS South Asia Institute in conversation with StratNews Global Associate Editor Amitabh P. Revi.
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