Myanmar and sustainable change
Phnom Penh | Tue, October 30 2012 | 08:53 am
PREMIUMMyanmar is currently going through some of the most important political transitions in its history. The new quasi-civilian government is embarking on an ambitious reform path, which has brought with it both optimism and caution.
Positive events include the convening of an active parliament in April 2011, the release of hundreds of political prisoners in January 2012 and further more in Sep...
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