World stability remains a virtual impossibility as long as there are displaced people. Hence, all displaced persons - from North Africa, to the Levant, to Ukraine, to Myanmar, to Thailand, to Malaysia, to Indonesia, to Libya and to points beyond, need to be housed in order to achieve sustainable stability so that economic markets do not become stagnant - dwarfing international development.
Therefore, immediate action to stem the growing humanitarian crises of the world's displaced people is warranted. And action could begin with Southeast Asian nations honoring the refugee covenant and allowing shelter to the Rohingya people, as Myanmar could re-assess the legal claim the Rohingya have made to full citizenship within the land of their birth.
Moreover, and as a solution to the immediate deepening humanitarian crisis regarding the Rohingya people and Bangladeshi refugees on the Andaman Sea; could the Philippines step in and offer safe haven to them on claimed habitable islets on the South China Sea?
The continued growth of the world's economy is conditioned upon a stable social and political environment. And solving the social humanitarian crises at hand is paramount to clearing the path toward greater economic investments and returns.