Myanmar Mount Zwegabin
© Omar Sayami

A view into the Abyss?

Perhaps a symbol of the military coup in the country, the fragile beginning of democratisation has been swept away with a wave of the hand. What remains? Will it remain peaceful? Will the military retain power at any cost? Endless questions that arise.

Monk and visitor on Mount Zwegabin: 722 metres above sea level, it towers over the otherwise quite flat landscape in the overwhelming karst formations of the Karen region. The monastery of the same name and a pagoda are located on the summit. | Myanmar

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1 Comment

  1. The thirst for power, unfortunately, always ends up being stronger.
    But in any case, it is the people who have to decide what they want. There are no dictatorships that survive against the overwhelming will of their people.