Due to the military coup in 2021, the armed revolution by the ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) has not ended in Burma, but it is growing rapidly again in combination of other new armed movement. Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, the chairman of the military coup coup has been unable to control the situation of the country into stable and peaceful. So, he plans to end both democracy and ethnic armed rebellion by claiming that this year, 2022, is as ‘the year of peace’, while the fightings are outbreaking in entire country. Then, he is trying to make the situation seem stable by negotiating incentives to some ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) recently. Even though the military-dominated State Administrative Council (SAC) is talking about peace, the Burmese Army has been continuinng military offensives against armed oppositions. While the SAC military troops are committing human rights violations and war crimes, we will analyze the peace situation in Nay Pyi Taw and the violent conflicts that occurred in August 2022. We also assessed how the international community has responded to the political situation in Burma.
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