It has been a year since the military coup that overthrew Myanmar's democratically elected government. From peaceful civil disobedience to armed resistance, instead of stabilizing or improving, the situation continues to deteriorate. Perhaps this was a development that even the Burmese National Defense Forces (တပ်မတော်, Tatmadaw, Tatmadaw) and their generals did not expect. At the same time, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN for short) put forward a series of plans and a "five-point consensus" public statement, which formally encouraged all parties confronting Myanmar to stop using violence and resolve disputes through negotiation. , to find a peaceful solution to the political crisis acceptable to all parties. However, these practices do not seem to have a significant impact on the situation in Myanmar. In the past year, the situation in Myanmar has continued to deteriorate, and there is little prospect of improvement. The Burmese mutiny and related secondary effects, of course, had the most direct impact on the Burmese people, but it also tested the ability of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to integrate and represent Southeast Asia. Two months after the occurrence of the ASEAN member states, the head of the Tama's head, MIN Aung Hlaing, officially met, and also with the national unity governments of the political party and groups who opposed the mutiny National Unity Government, NUG) informally approached, and also issued a "five-point consensus" on Myanmar, hoping to stabilize the political situation. However, since the "five-point consensus" did not have a clear policy policy, and different member states were still trying to safeguard their commercial interests in Myanmar, ASEAN's Myanmar policy could not be effective.
The troubles faced by ASEAN in dealing with the crisis in Myanmar have highlighted the limitations of ASEAN in organizing and providing public goods. yfai4lfn7wmaiz0wi6wo9ic8kpbr0v Photo Credit: AP/ Dazhi Image Min Aung Hlaing, Commander-in-Chief of the Myanmar National Defense Myanmar this year Since the mutiny on February 1 last year, Myanmar has been largely paralyzed and violent. This may not have been the outcome Min Aung Hlaing and Tama had originally expected, but after they overthrew the democratically elected National League for Democracy led by Aung San Suu Kyi (Hong Kong translation "Aung San Suu Kyi"), large-scale civil disobedience basically occurred across the country. , and Tamado's response was armed repression. Civil society wedding photo retouching services groups opposed to the mutiny, as well as some different places and ethnic groups that have traditionally opposed the central government in Myanmar, have also turned to armed confrontation. Under the confrontation of various parties, Myanmar has experienced various violent incidents, large and small. According to multiple reports, Tamar has carried out numerous massacres and abuses in order to control the situation, violating human rights and causing a humanitarian crisis. During several military operations, there were also reports that Tamartu suffered heavy casualties and defected from members of the army and police to join the opposition. In the past year, Myanmar's economy has been sluggish. Because of their opposition to the mutiny, the Burmese people initiated several nationwide work stoppages, hoping to express their dissatisfaction with the actions of Tamado and impose spontaneous economic sanctions on the military,
which is also the largest commercial force in Burma. Even if Tama manages to force people to go back to work, many people and small and medium-sized enterprises in Myanmar have not resumed work for a long time when faced with substantial personal economic pressure. Under the circumstances of the overthrow of the legitimate government and the repeated human rights violations by the military, many international companies that originally had cooperation plans and investments with Myanmar hoped to avoid being accused by world public opinion of indirectly supporting the mutiny, encouraging the military to use excessive violence, and becoming accomplices in human rights violations. So it is not to freeze business in Myanmar, or to withdraw from the Myanmar market, or to keep a low profile on domestic affairs in Myanmar.