Primarily, one of the big differences—this is my understanding from the years of looking at this—is that they are primarily a people who never militarized to defend themselves. They always tried to take the peaceful route, so they continue to be easy targets for the Burmese government and of course those other players that the Burmese government manipulates to persecute them.
In regard to initiatives that Canada can do, you mentioned reviewing our approach. What else did you mean when you said “a comprehensive approach”? Was it about how all of the different groups are actually affected by the Burmese military, or was there more to it than that?