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                Myanmar dispatches: updates and analysis from our law student correspondents in Myanmar
                Myanmar dispatches: updates and analysis from our law student correspondents in Myanmar

                JURIST EXCLUSIVE – We present an interview recorded Monday with one of our Myanmar law student correspondents (“Gen Z”), discussing the current situation in Myanmar, the military coup, the protests, internet blackouts, and her hopes for a return to democracy. The interviewer is JURIST staff editor Khushali Mahajan, a law student at Rajiv Gandhi National U. of Law in India.

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