Podcast Episode 7: Thin Lei Win and the Myanmar Coup

Myanmar saw a military coup overthrow a democratically elected government on February 1. The protests by the citizens of the country against the junta have been violent and condemned by the international community.

Despite the widespread protests and being shun by nations globally, the junta seems determined to hang onto power. To help me make sense of it all, I am joined by Burmese journalist Thin Lei Win.

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