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09 Jun 2014   07:27:56 PM   Monday BdST A- A A+ Print this E-mail this

Four reasons why Myanmar gnaws at Bangladesh


A troubling question crops up, especially when the two countries’ border forces are holding top-level talks following a skirmish, as to why Myanmar gnaws at Bangladesh when any immediately cause is not visible. Security analysts diagnose a few. Delving deeper, uns24.com sensed a significant one: fallout of big-power rivalry for supremacy over the Asia-Pacific region.  
Three other issues coming into focus of security-diplomatic discussions by experts are (a) Bangladesh’s maritime triumph over Myanmar (b) Rohingya issue and (c) trans-border drug trade.
In the recent past, Myanmar as well as India had made simultaneous bid for gas export in the segments of the Bay of Bengal they respectively used to claim as parts of their territorial waters. Myanmar had gone to the extent of moving warships into the then disputed zone, in a show of readiness for a clash with Bangladesh.

That near-war was over as they pulled back and Bangladesh won the legal battle for ownership of an extended economic zone in the continental shelf at an international arbitration. Simmering heartburns, however, might not have been healed.
Verdict of another bout of arbitration, this one over the dispute with India, is expected soon.                       

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