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The stakes are rising in Myanmar, as the country edges closer to civil war.
Seven months after a military coup, there is a growing split between older supporters of deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi and younger democracy supporters who are forming alliances with ethnic armed groups, international affairs specialist Professor Robert Patman tells Global Insight.
At the same time, increasing Russian and Chinese involvement in Myanmar could spur the international community to consider its response.
"It is a delicately balanced situation. It is teetering on civil war," Prof Patman says.
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