This chapter analyses the state of violence on the Rohingya ethnic minority group of Myanmar, and its possible implications for the neighbouring countries in South and Southeast Asian nations. Drawing on primary sources from fieldwork (in Bangladesh and Malaysia) involving interviews and focus group discussion and reviewing secondary sources, the analysis of this chapter argues that the internal ethno-religious conflicts in Myanmar have spillover effects on the neighbouring countries as the persecuted Rohingya community has largely dispersed in those countries like Bangladesh, India, Malaysia and Indonesia. The economic and social pressures of the displaced Rohingya are likely to generate inter-state diplomatic and socio-political tensions between those countries and Myanmar. Multiculturalism apparently looks more attractive for a multi-ethnic nation like Myanmar in resolving its’ issues of sub-national identities.