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The Rohingya people, a mostly Muslim ethnic group living in the Buddhist Myanmar, do not have citizenship in their country. They also are not recognized as an ethnic group, meaning they are considered a stateless nation their home country. During 2016, nine border police from Myanmar were killed, causing more military personnel to pour into the Rohingya villages, despite no proof that the Rohingya people were responsible. In one month, the UN accused Myanmar of ethnic cleansing. In similar past situations, the United States has chosen not to act. Do you think they will do so again, and is this the best policy? 

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