Can Vietnam Rally the Big UN Powers to Stop More Bloodshed in Myanmar?

Can Vietnam help Washington and Beijing find common ground on how to deal with the continuing military crackdowns in Myanmar?

by Stéphanie Fillion. Read more on PassBlue.

Ambassador Dang Dinh Quy of Vietnam posing in his country’s mission office near the United Nations in New York City, March 2021. Vietnam leads the Security Council this month as rotating president. The crisis in Myanmar will be further scrutinized in the Council, as it has been since the Feb. 1 coup. JOHN PENNEY

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