Tag Archives: Myanmar

Asia Got Religion

Religion is proving an increasingly divisive factor in the politics of Asian nations.

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Exceptional Malaysia

Malaysia achieved an impressive democratic victory. Just don’t expect its success to spread to the rest of Southeast Asia.

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Globalism and the Spirit of Panmunjom

Why the world must hope for a positive continuation of the Korean rapprochement.

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The Canadian Rohingya

Canada hosts several hundred stateless Rohingya people who have fled persecution in Burma.

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Myanmar: An Atmosphere of Persecution

The transition to democracy has not included protections for minorities like the Rohingyas.

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The Real Significance of the Rohingya Issue

Asian nations must worry that Myanmar’s moves against the Rohingyas won’t start untangling all colonial-era boundaries, however illogical in terms of ethnic or religious issues those may have been.

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Myanmar and the India/China Shuffle

What are the options for India’s policy toward Myanmar?

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Seizing Opportunity in Myanmar

A father and son leap to fill a needed role in the emerging market of Myanmar.

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Modi in America’s Footsteps

After the Myanmar military operation: Beware of boundless missions, India.

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Myanmar: Captain at the Helm

A young Myanmarese boy takes the helm of his father’s boat.

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