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The Folly of More Burma Sanctions
August 02, 2011
The Folly of More Burma Sanctions
With the first signs of reform there in decades, the US plan to extend sanctions against the government is misguided and self-defeating, says David Steinberg.
The Folly of More Burma Sanctions
Burma's 'Nowhere People'
June 07, 2011
Burma's 'Nowhere People'
Persecuted in their Burma homeland, many of the Rohingya people have fled across the border to Bangladesh. But even there, they can’t make a living.
Burma's 'Nowhere People'
From One Prison to Another
November 15, 2010
From One Prison to Another
Aung San Suu Kyi’s release is a gamble for Burma’s ruling junta. Will its post-election confidence prove to be misplaced?
From One Prison to Another
Once More, Without Feeling
November 08, 2010
Once More, Without Feeling
No one expects anything other than a big election win for Burma’s ruling junta. A dejected population is giving up on hoping for better.
Once More, Without Feeling
Burma's Mysterious Border Closure
November 03, 2010
Burma's Mysterious Border Closure
The Burmese junta’s decision to close a Thai border crossing has prompted frustration and questions—and no answers from Burma.
Burma's Mysterious Border Closure
After Burma Poll, Conflict Looms
October 27, 2010
After Burma Poll, Conflict Looms
Burma’s history is marked by insurgencies and ethnic tension. Next month’s poll could see them bubble over into armed conflict.
After Burma Poll, Conflict Looms
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