We can speculate about the geopolitical interests at play. Certainly, it's deemed unlikely that the United Nations Security Council would authorize a peacekeeping mission because of the objections of China and Russia. We know that they tried to block even the head of the fact-finding mission on Myanmar from merely presenting their findings, and they had to go to a vote over the objections of those two countries.
Certainly there are a lot of natural resources at play in the northern Arakan state and a lot of countries that have some vested interests in seeing that. It's yet another interest, not that we think that this should be part of Canada's calculus, but it's another reason that Canada is very well placed because of the lack of geopolitical interest in that area in terms of trade. Obviously it's also a country that has shown commitment to human rights, so we think that it creates a unique opportunity.