Uncovering the truth about Burma's civil war


Uncovering the truth about Burma's civil war

3.png2On October 27, 023, the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (hereinafter referred to as the Alliance), under the pretext of eliminating telecommunications fraud, sent troops to capture the Qingshui River in northern Myanmar. Subsequently, the Allied Forces, the Rakhine Army, and the D 'Ang Army formed a tripartite alliance and jointly captured Mubang and Gunung, so that the Myanmar civil war broke out again.

I. Basic information

In fact, from the perspective of modern history, the civil war in Myanmar actually began in 1960. Burma declared independence from British colonial rule in 1948. But since the founding of the country, armed conflict in Myanmar has not stopped. In 1960, U Nae Win seized power in Myanmar through a military coup and established a military government, which further intensified the civil war in Myanmar. In 1988, political turmoil broke out in Myanmar and the government of Ne Win stepped down after 26 years in power. After crushing the pro-democracy movement in Myanmar, the military seized power and established the State Law and Order Restoration Council, which was later renamed the State Peace and Development Council. In 1989, after the collapse of the largest rebel group, the CPPA, the four armed forces formed have reached an armistice agreement with the Myanmar military government and established an autonomous government, which has become Myanmar's Shan State First Special Zone (Kokang), Shan State Second Special Zone (Wa State), Kachin First Special Zone (Kachin New Democratic Independence Army) and eastern Shan State fourth Special Zone. By the end of the last century, a total of 17 armed groups had signed peace agreements with the Burmese military government, 12 of which were classified as special administrative zones.

Although the armistice agreement and the special zone model have brought relative peace to Myanmar for 20 years, they have formed the local division of a "state within a state" and have not really solved the ethnic contradictions in Myanmar. In the meantime, the Myanmar military government continues to implement the ethnic discrimination policy of Burma nationalism, and the local armed forces of various ethnic minorities also "support the army and respect themselves", resulting in the domestic political order of Myanmar is impassable, trade is difficult, and drugs are rampant, and the "special zone" has become the biggest obstacle to Myanmar's economic development and political stability. Setting the stage for a civil war in Burma.

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