When Myanmar’s de facto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, was detained by teams of soldiers on Feb 1, Myanmar's five-year experiment with democracy came to an end. Now, with the military firmly back in control and condemnation of the coup rolling in from around the world, Myanmar once again faces potential diplomatic and economic isolation. In this discussion, leading experts will examine what comes next for Myanmar's economy -- and its people.
- Former Associate editor and Business editor @The Myanmar Times
- Senior Fellow, Institute of Security and International Studies @ Chulalongkorn University
- Security analyst with Janes - expert on Myanmar military and ethnic conflict
- Editor-at-large @Nikkei Asia
- Executive Editor @Nikkei Asia
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