Why is the EU doing nothing about ethnic cleansing of Rohingya?

January 30, 2018

A list of studies that have now formed the scholarly and research basis for genocide case against the State of Myanmar.

Spring 2014 (University of Washington School of Law/Pacific Rim Law
and Policy Journal, first-tired peer-review academic journal)


Research Reports  and Legal Studies

Queen Mary University of London Law School ISCI  (Oct 2015)


Yale University School of Law commissioned by FortifyRights

Clinic Study Finds Evidence of Genocide in Myanmar (Oct 2015)


Permanent Peoples Tribunal on Myanmar:  Verdict (audio visual and
written),  Sept. 2016


US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Nov 2017

The Mounting Evidence of a Genocide: the Plight of the Rohingya


The list of UN Special Rapporteurs on Myanmar who have called it a genocide:

Tomas Ojea Quintana ("elements of genocide", Apr 2014 at the LSE
Conference and "genocide", May 2015, Oslo Conference)

Yanghee Lee ("hallmarks of a genocide", UNGA Press Conference in Sept 2017).

EU head of state who have called it a genocide officially -

French President Macron

Non-EU heads of state who have called it a genocide:

Turkish President Erdogin
Malaysian PM - Najib

Politicians who have called it a genocide

US Senator Ben Cardin

quite a number of UK MPs

UN officials who have called it a genocide

ex-Brigadier General Romeo Dallaire, former head of Rwandan Peacekeeping Force

Academics who have called it genocide openly

Irwin Cotler, professor of law at McGill and former Justice Minister
of Canada and Mandela's legal counsel
The late Benedict O G Anderson
Noam Chomsky
James C. Scott
Barbara Harrell-Bond - Oxford's FOunder of refugee studies
Amartya Sen - Harvard
Mary Kaldor  LSE
Barbara Harriss-White - Oxford
Sabina Alkire - Oxfore

Nobel Peace Laureates  who have called it a genocide


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