- In Myanmar, Facebook is so dominant that to many people it is the internet itself.
- Monks in Yangon, Myanmar, studying at the Ywama Monastery, which supports the Buddhist nationalist Ma Ba Tha movement.
- For example, since the government crackdown against the Rohingya began, Zaw Htay, a spokesman for the country’s de facto leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, has shared dozens of posts on his Facebook page and Twitter account that include images said to show Rohingya burning their own homes.
- Money Talks: The Rise of Geoeconomics Is Playing Right Into Washington’s Hands – World Politics Review
- The Early Edition: October 25, 2017 – Just Security
- Myanmar Follows Global Pattern in How Ethnic Cleansing Begins – New York Times
- The Muslim Militant at the Heart of Myanmar’s Rohingya Exodus – Wall Street Journal
- Aung San Suu Kyi: what has happened to Myanmar’s icon of morality? – The Guardian
- The Rohingya exodus from Burma is arduous — and sometimes lethal – Washington Post