By Kai Chen
From comparative standpoint, this booklet explores the dynamics of kid soldiering at the Myanmar-China border (i.e., Kachin and Shan States of Myanmar). while, this publication examines the structural components and particular relationships among baby squaddies, that have affects on baby soldiering. This e-book finds that Myanmar has restricted strength to lessen baby soldiering at the Myanmar-China border, and there's no optimum resolution for lowering baby soldiering within the close to destiny. as an alternative, the booklet introduces the “transnational public-private partnership” process as a “second most sensible” answer and proposes compatible countermeasures for all of the stakeholders.
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I couldn’t stop thinking about when my turn to die would be. When we attacked and we won, I was happy but I felt devastated if our comrades were killed. The conflict images are still a nightmare for me. (Human Rights Education Institute of Burma 2008) The majority of former child soldiers have experienced highly traumatic events, often repeatedly and over many years (Dupuy and Peters 2010). In some cases, child soldiers ran away from the Tatmadaw Kyi, some attempted suicide, while most were harassed by their military experiences, which distorted their fundamental sentiments of right and wrong (Human Rights Education Institute of Burma 2006).
For example, the Tatmadaw still maintain independence to large extent. For instance, 25 % of legislative seats reserved for military appointees were filled by mostly low-ranking officers (majors and captains), which helps ensure that the military remains cohesive and compliant with the wishes of military superiors (International Crisis Group 2011). Soon after Thein Sein took office, the tensions with the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) and the SSA-N erupted into armed conflicts (International Crisis Group 2011).
Http://www. pdf. Accessed 21 May 2013 United Nations (2005) Children and armed conflict. S/2005/72. securitycouncilreport. org/atf/cf/%7B65BFCF9B-6D27-4E9C-8CD3-CF6E4FF96FF9%7D/SE%20S2005%2072. pdf. Accessed 21 May 2013 United Nations (2006) Children and armed conflict. S/2006/826. securitycouncilreport. pdf. Accessed 21 May 2013 United Nations (2007a) Children and armed conflict. S/2007/757. pdf. Accessed 21 May 2013 United Nations (2007b) Report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict in Myanmar.