Biography of the Author Nehginpao Kipgen

Nehginpao Kipgen

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  1. FILE PHOTO: An exhausted Rohingya refugee woman touches the shore after crossing the Bangladesh-Mya

    Commentary: Myanmar buries its head in the sand, one year after the Rohingya crisis

    The Rohingya crisis has become the single-most pressing issue in Myanmar but it remains unresolved one year after, says one observer.
  2. Xi and ASSK

    Commentary: Amid global criticism on the Rohingya crisis, Myanmar finds a friend in China

    As the United States and the United Nations grow critical of Myanmar’s approach toward the Rohingya crisis, Myanmar turns to China for support, ...
  3. National League for Democracy party leader Aung San Suu Kyi arrives for a meeting with NLD members

    Commentary: Myanmar’s track record left wanting after a year of shattered hopes in 2017

    Aung San Suu Kyi’s government came into power on a wave of euphoria and high hopes in 2016. Yet, its actions in 2017 have largely shattered hopes ...
  4. A man rides past a banner welcoming Pope Francis, ahead of his visit to Yangon, Myanmar

    Commentary: Unable to call the Rohingya by name, Pope Francis’ visit to Myanmar sends mixed messages

    Pope Francis’ highly anticipated visit to Myanmar strengthens ties between the Vatican and Myanmar and cheers on the country’s Catholic minority ...
  5. Dhaka has prohibited the Rohingya from leaving the camps, fearing an influx in its bigger cities,

    Commentary: Nothing but an impasse and lip service left for the plight of the Rohingya

    Regional leaders had plenty of opportunities to demand for firm and concrete action from Myanmar to resolve the Rohingya crisis during the APEC ...
  6. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson heads to Myanmar next week

    Commentary: Tillerson will have inconvenient conversations in Myanmar

    In the lead-up to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s visit to Myanmar, Jindal School of International Affairs' Nehginpao Kipgen says the top US ...
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    Commentary: Lived in Rakhine for generations, yet Rohingya Muslims 'do not belong in Myanmar'

    Rohingya is a controversial term in Myanmar – and there is fear on both sides of what “giving in” to resolve the Rohingya crisis may require ...
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    Commentary: Aung San Suu Kyi's political realities and the murky path to peace in Rakhine

    The international community should focus on ceasing hostilities and finding a long-term approach to the complex Rohingya issue instead of ...