There Is No Good Side

What to do about the military coup in Myanmar is the latest of a standard dilemma for American foreign policy makers. A military junta has overthrown the democratically elected president. However, that president, who used to be a darling of human rights organizations, turns out to have endorsed ethnic cleansing. Sometimes there are no good sides; usually the best thing to do is nothing at all.

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