I think national interest has overtaken whatever sense of justice and humanity that the international community has. The most important yardstick is the economic and trade relationship and gain the state can have with the institutionalised offender. Whether there is possible genocide or signs of genocide or violence or hate crimes or abuses of human rights does not matter anymore.....we hope with time Burma will change....and the process of democracy will happen...in the meantime if there are any killings or forced refugees to other countries there is a high level of tolerance that things will sort itself.. Again it is in the state's national interest to do nothing. Of course we can say there is double standard and selectivity but it does not matter anymore.
FBSHApost@6 November 2015