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Social Media: Asia/Pacific: East/Pacific: Myanmar

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for the Asia/Pacific/East/Pacific/Myanmar Region

Myanmar and the Winds of Change
Myanmar and the Winds of Change
A look ahead for Myanmar and its prospects. By Anuradha Kataria. (01/05/2012) Read More...


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Out of the Cold
Visits by US officials suggest formal dialogue with Burma is possible. By David I. Steinberg (Yale Global, 11/04/2009) Read More...


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Burma and Lonely Planet Guide
While crimes against humanity continue in Burma, the international community still lacks of proactive stance against the regime. By Nikolaj Nielsen (Foreign Policy Association 09/11/09) Read More...


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Burma: Surge in Political Prisoners
The military government in Burma has been increasing the number of political prisoners since 2007. (Human Rights Watch, 09/15/09) Read More...


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Dangerous Prize
Nobel victories haven't protected past peace-prize winners like Burma's Aung San Suu Kyi. In many cases they've only made the repression they face worse. By Ronald R. Krebs (Foreign Policy, 07/30/2009... Read More...


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A Year After Nargis
Despite the fact that a full year has passed since the disaster, relief from international agencies, originally blocked by the junta, remains sporadic, paltry and tragically late, writes Nava Thakuria... Read More...


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Failed States: Fixing a Broken World
Failing states continue to pose a threat to both their neighbors and the greater international community. A close examination of recent history reveals varying correlations between failed or weak stat... Read More...


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Burma/Myanmar After Nargis
The international community should build on the unprecedented cooperation between the Myanmar government and humanitarian agencies following cyclone Nargis and reverse longstanding, counterproductive ... Read More...


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Blood at the Crossroads: Making the case for a global Arms Trade Treaty
Amnesty International's new report into how small arms from major state players in the international arena such as China, Russia and the US are finding there way into the hands of those with questiona... Read More...


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Hope Vetoed
The Burmese military's moves to block international aid are no surprise, writes Ben Adams. (Progress Online, 06/02/2008) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Prof. Helen James
IA-Forum Interview: Prof. Helen James
IA-Forum speaks with Prof. Helen James of The Australian National University about recent developments in Myanmar. By Trenton Truitt (06/05/2008) Read More...


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Crisis in Burma: Choosing Our Friends
The author describes the recent crackdown by the Burmese government on pro-democracy demonstrators, the refusal of China to seriously pressure the military junta to curb its repression, and the potent... Read More...


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An Agenda for Myanmar
The author suggests how the United Nations should deal with Myanmar’s military junta. (International Herald Tribune, 9/26/2006) Read More...


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What Does North Korea Want?
The authors write that North Korea's July 4 missile launch was a symbolic statement intended to invite the US to make a deal with the regime. By Bruce Cumings and Meredith Jung-En Woo. (New York Times... Read More...


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Burma’s Humanitarian Crisis in the Making
The author describes the crisis in Burma and suggests how the international community should respond. By Dana Dillon. (Heritage Foundation, 6/13/2006) Read More...


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Key tenets of U.S. policy toward Asia
The article discusses and questions various aspect of US Foreign Policy in Asia, including such issues as North Korea and the Six Party Talks, China-Taiwan, and the strengthening of bilateral military... Read More...


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BBC In Depth: Burma protests remembered
In the summer of 1988 the people of Burma poured onto the streets in their tens of thousands, calling for basic human rights, and democracy. The country's military rulers crushed the protests, and rem... Read More...


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India Daily (India)
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Burma News Update (Myanmar)
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Free Burma (Myanmar)
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Irrawaddy (Myanmar)
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Mizzima (Myanmar)
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New Light of Myanmar (Myanmar)
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