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Myanmar: despite appearances the country's military might is waning

By Abdullah Yusuf, Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, University of Dundee
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A fortnight after Myanmar’s military coup and the momentum of protest is growing. On February 1 2021, Myanmar’s armed forces, officially known as the Tatmadaw, announced on the military-run TV channel that it had taken control of the country, declaring a year-long state of emergency. Earlier that day, several elected officials were detained, including Myanmar’s de facto civilian leader Aung…

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