For the past two months, I have served on an international panel designed to help the Myanmar government arrive at just and reasonable policies for its conflict in Rakhine state, including its long-suffering Rohingya minority. This week I resigned. The reason: I have little confidence in the body’s ability to address the critical challenges facing the region and the country.
"Three Steps Myanmar Should Take to Turn the Rohingya Disaster Around" is from the January 26, 2018 Opinion section of The Washington Post. It was written by Bill Richardson and narrated by Sam Scholl.