International opinion on the conflict in Myanmar's Rakhine state appears to have evolved in recent months. Where a primarily black-and-white portrayal existed at the onset of the Rohingya refugee exodus into Bangladesh, both mainstream media and concerned external actors seem to be catching on to the complexity and nuances of the conflict.
Pressure on Myanmar will undoubtedly continue over the status of the Rohingya minority - more than 700,000 of whom have reportedly fled violence in their homes in north-western Rakhine state and moved to neighbouring Bangladesh.
TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Thank you for reading The Straits Times
You have reached one of our Premium stories. To continue reading, get access now or log in if you are a subscriber.
What is Premium?