Intensifying Repression: Pro-Democracy Activists Executed in Myanmar

This week’s episode focuses on the shocking executions of four pro-democracy activists in Myanmar. To understand the implications of this event for Myanmar and U.S. policy in Southeast Asia, we speak to Erin Murphy, Deputy Director and Senior Fellow in the CSIS Economics Program. We also discuss the fallout over Hungarian Prime Minister’s remarks about race and a class action lawsuit against Hyundai over allegations of child labor at a factory in Alabama in our news segment.

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Marti Flacks
Khosravi Chair in Principled Internationalism and Director, Human Rights Initiative
Erin L. Murphy
Deputy Director and Senior Fellow, Economics Program