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Myanmar's Purge a Blow to Reform
August 14, 2015
Myanmar's Purge a Blow to Reform
Internal purge is a throwback to the era of military rule.
Myanmar's Purge a Blow to Reform
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
May 03, 2015
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
The election day may be free and fair, but that will not necessarily usher in a truly democratic government.
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
The U.S. Needs a Refocused Rebalance
March 26, 2015
The U.S. Needs a Refocused Rebalance
A true focus on Asia is critical not only to compete with China, but to stay relevant in the 21st century.
The U.S. Needs a Refocused Rebalance
Myanmar Sliding Towards Conflict, UN Envoy Warns
March 11, 2015
Myanmar Sliding Towards Conflict, UN Envoy Warns
Special rapporteur observes “a growing atmosphere of fear, distrust and hostility.”
Myanmar Sliding Towards Conflict, UN Envoy Warns
New Survey on Myanmar Indicates Challenges Ahead for Democracy
December 20, 2014
New Survey on Myanmar Indicates Challenges Ahead for Democracy
The first nationwide survey documenting public awareness points to some troubling trends
New Survey on Myanmar Indicates Challenges Ahead for Democracy
Myanmar, ASEAN, and the China Challenge
August 07, 2014
Myanmar, ASEAN, and the China Challenge
As this year's ASEAN Chair, Myanmar will face pressure from the pro- and anti-China camps.
Myanmar, ASEAN, and the China Challenge
Thailand’s Coup Will Worsen Political Crisis
May 23, 2014
Thailand’s Coup Will Worsen Political Crisis
This week’s coup demonstrates once again the limitations of Thailand’s democracy.
Thailand’s Coup Will Worsen Political Crisis
State Capitalism or Rule of Law in Myanmar?
December 23, 2013
State Capitalism or Rule of Law in Myanmar?
The country is experiencing a tug of war between military dominance and a more open democracy.
State Capitalism or Rule of Law in Myanmar?
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