Miliband, D., Tessema, M. T. (2018). The unmet needs of refugees and internally displaced people. The Lancet: London, 392, 2530-2532.
The authors, members of the International Rescue Committee in New York, obtained their research from the Lancet Global Health Commission on High Quality Health System in the SDG Era, where it was reported that 8 million deaths occurred per year which were the result from poor quality care. They proposed a combined protocol that would treat acutely malnourished children with one treatment approached.
Pasquini, P. (2018). Myanmar’s blood gems help fund Rohingya ethnic cleansing. Washington report on Middle East affairs, 38, 57.
The author, uses data from the Washington report on Middle East affairs. He found that the gemstone production directly assists the military in funding their continued genocide against the ethnic Muslim minority Rohingya people. He found this fact was supported by the Washington report stating that high-end jewelry stores such as Tiffany’s, Chopard & Gouchan have excluded these stones in their creations.
Shah, R. L. (2018). Assessing the atrocities: Early indications of potential international crimes stemming from the 2017 Rohingya humanitarian crisis. Loyola of Los Angeles international and comparative Law Review, 41, 181-198.
The author, researcher at the Loyola Law school, used data from the International Criminal court to test her hypothesis of the potential crisis occurring from the 2017 Rohingya humanitarian crisis. Such crisis involve murder, extermination, deportation, imprisonment, torture, rape, persecution, enforced disappearances, and other inhumane acts.
Shatti, H. (2018). Myanmar’s democratic transition opportunity for transitional justice to address the persecution of the Rohingya. Emery International Law Review, 32, 551-580.
The author, editor at Emery University School of Law, focuses this article on the stateless position of the Rohingya and the systems discrimination it has produced. He does this examination through the 1982 citizenship law of Myanmar. Also mentions potential remedies to the humanitarian crisis the Rohingya is facing.
Tajuddin, A. (2018). Statelessness and ethnic cleansing of the Rohingyas in Myanmar: Time for serious international intervention. Journal of Asia Pacific Studies, 4, 422-450.
The author, a doctor at La Roche College in Pittsburgh, PA focuses on systematic persecution of the Rohingyas. Based on her research the persecutors are members of the military, police, and ultranationalists. The “ethnic cleansing” is exemplified by the staggering numbers in human casualty, loss of property, and homelessness.
Ullah, A. A., Chattoral, D. (2018). Roots of discrimination against Rohingya minorities: Society, ethnicity, and international relations. Intellectual Discourse, 26, 541.
The authors, members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations – ASEAN, received their facts from statements of the United Nations. According to UN, the Rohingya people are the most persecuted minority group in the world. They delve into the level of discrimination against the Rohingya population that’s perpetrated by Myanmar authorities in myriad of ways. The authors obtained this information from the responses of 37 victims. The pattern goes back to 1948.
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