I think human rights agencies have been quite vocal and many nations are now responding to rescue refugees. As for Aung San Su Kyi, the possibility of elected office has done away with her morality entirely, it seems.
I was referring to the rescue of boat refugees, even Ireland sent a ship and international pressure made the three nearest countries accept them.
The internal persecution is harder to deal with as the world is unfortunately full of sovereign nations who persecute minorities.
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