Myanmar’s Enemy Within

Myanmar’s Enemy Within

Book Review

Myanmar’s Enemy Within: Buddhist Violence and the Making of a Muslim “Other”
Francis Wade
Zed Books

Around fifteen years ago, a petty criminal named Kaung Latt was sweating away in a filthy prison in Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta when he was presented with an offer that was hard to refuse: early release, a house of his own, fields to till, a stipend and regular food rations in exchange for – nothing.

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