Myanmar is a multi-ethnic country with an extended history of political conflict between the military and different ethnic armed organizations. In politics, deadlock is a situation when there is difficulty in passing laws that satisfy the requirements of the people. One similar incident passed in Myanmar, a country with one of the world’s longest-running civil conflicts. A dangerous stalemate has been observed between Myanmar’s military regime and resistance forces, where both sides are determined to prevail, but neither seems likely to deliver a knockout blow imminently.
Merold Westphal, a distinguished professor of philosophy at Yale has said that only the people who know themselves to be guilty of something, can find comfort in finding others to be just as bad, or worse. Whataboutism is an informal fallacy in which one avoids accusation by merely accusing someone else while ignoring the original […]