The Economist On The Politics Of The Recent Cyclone In Myanmar

“For foreign donors, Myanmar raises a dilemma seen also in North Korea, which may be on the verge of another famine (see article): how to rescue desperate people whose own government spurns outside assistance, and how to do so without providing a lifeline to an illegitimate and unpopular regime.” The Economist on the “The politics of saving lives” in the wake of the cyclone that struck Myanmar…

What would be the greater good? Saving lives in the present tragedy or saving lives the future country beyond the current government?

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