Commentary on “As Panglong falters, Myanmar's new peace powerbroker emerges”

Whether the UWSA-led Federal Political Negotiation and Consultative Committee (FPNCC) would also be a military alliance, beyond its political bargaining bloc position, is an open question everyone is most interested.

For now, the UWSA might try to avoid direct involvement with the Tatmadaw and the latter is also, more or less, might be in the same position.

But AA commander-in-chief Brig-Gen Tun Myat Naing recently said that armed resistance is the continuation of political struggle. And seen from this point of view, politics is a bloodless activity while armed struggle is a movement which involve blood-letting or bloodshed. Thus, it is hard to differentiate between political and military alliance, as they are connected.

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