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Myanmar: Big brother China ready to play mediator in solving Rohingya crisis?

Playing the big brother, China has offered a "three stage" diplomatic proposal in Dhaka to mediate the Rohingya refugee crisis between Bangladesh and Myanmar.

China has signalled its willingness to emerge as a key player perhaps even mediator in tackling the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar. Foreign minister Wang Yi, who visited Bangladesh and Myanmar from November 17 to 20, offered a "three stage" diplomatic proposal after talks in Dhaka, and to underline that China's considerable financial muscle will back this

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