"Their differences from the Tuskens that abducted Shmi are as important as their similarities: no culture is a monolith; a single person’s or group’s actions is not representative of the whole. By that logic we could condemn humanity for the slaughter committed by Anakin Skywalker upon his mother’s captors. Anakin—the ostensible hero of Attack of the Clones—engages in a killing spree that famously included women, children, and even the Tusken equivalent of dogs (yikes!)."
Diversifying Star Wars films, focusing on fun individual stories and inventive genre takes could reinvigorate audiences. Satisfy them repeatedly with smaller entries until they can’t help but get excited for a new, high-budget trilogy where anything is possible. That or a puppet-heavy Max Rebo musical biopic (I’m only half-joking.)
The Mandalorians are one of the most interesting cultures of the entire Star Wars, and they have surprising parallels with real world events. Let's take a look at their art and their art of war from this perspective.