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Burmese citizens wish the new administration considerable success, following a sluggish first 100 days.

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Since the early 1990s, crony-run companies have exploited the country’s resources and made away with funds from govt coffers, leaving the people in poverty.

Commentary
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A vortex of vested interests runs up against the state counselor’s consolidation of decision-making power, in an increasingly complex peace process.

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Aung San Suu Kyi’s diplomatic skills will be severely tested on her trip to China, as she attempts to set a new tone in Sino-Burmese

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If one were to ask who is ultimately in charge in Burma—State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi or army chief Min Aung Hlaing—they might find

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Preparations to enable the return of refugees on the Thai-Burma border raise concerns of indirect ‘pressure’ in light of unsafe environments for return.

contributor
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Peace and Reconciliation Call For New Ways of Looking Back National reconciliation requires recognizing the diverse, autonomous pasts of ethnic minority groups, which the current official history does not allow for.

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Burmese society still tells girls not to ask questions and to accept being treated differently. Amid so much change, can the lot of women change

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Talks during State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi’s visit to China should foster peace, encourage development and maintain mutually beneficial relations.

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