Jason Tower on China’s Growing Influence in Myanmar

January 18, 2024 00:08:06
Jason Tower on China’s Growing Influence in Myanmar
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Jason Tower on China’s Growing Influence in Myanmar

Jan 18 2024 | 00:08:06

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Show Notes

A string of recent defeats for Myanmar’s junta has “re-energized the resistance across the country,” says USIP’s Jason Tower. But as China takes a more involved approach to the conflict, there are concerns that “growing Chinese influence might pose more of a challenge to a free and open Indo-Pacific in the future.”

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