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    The Hero Of Burma

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    The Hero of Burma The hero of Burma was born on June 19, 1945 in Yangon, Myanmar, a country traditionally known as Burma. Her father, Aung San was the de facto prime minister of British. He played a major role in helping Burma win independence from the British in 1948. Unfortunately, he was assassinated on July 19, 1947 before Burma became independent. Her mother, Daw Khin Kyi, was also active in politics before and after being married. In 1960, her mother was appointed as Burmese ambassador to

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    Burma Genocide

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    into their house, they go for a snack, there is no food there. In fact, they don’t have a house at all. This is a life for people living though the Burma Conflict. Most people do not have anything to go home to, which is what makes this interesting. Many think that it is just another place with homeless people, but it is much more than that. Myanmar (Burma) is located west of China and bordered by the Bay of Bengal. The main culture living there is the Burmese. The Burmese are considered Buddhist until

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    The Oppressed People of Burma

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    The Oppressed People of Burma Burma, like many other Southeast Asian nations, is a land of much culture and diversity of ethnic groups. Unfortunately, unlike the people of other nations, the people of Burma have been stripped of their human rights. Since the military junta had overtaken the Burmese government in 1988, the people of Burma have been among the most oppressed people in the world. The continuation of the government’s brutality has caught the attention of many outside nations around

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    Prospect of Democracy in Burma

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    The Prospect of Democracy in Burma The prospect for the development of a democratic state in Burma has recently become a remote possibility. Burma’s military leaders have been holding talks with the opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her party, the National League for Democracy (NLD). The dialogue started while Aung San Suu Kyi was still under house arrest. When she was released in 2002, the international community and the people of Burma expected the process to evolve to the next stage – substantive

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    Burma Case Study

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    Burma is a Southeast Asian country that has faced democratic and ethnic conflict for decades. Burma was originally a British colony after the Anglo-Burmese wars in the early 1800 's. Since biblical times, there have been ethnic-related tensions between the citizens in Burma. Burma 's internal conflict has continued for such a long time that it is regarded as one of the longest standing civil wars in history (Winn 2012). Ethnicities in Burma (As derived fromMinority International 2014) Bamar

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    A sub-divisional European police officer of the town, Moulmein specifically lower Burma, found himself trapped in a deadlock. The young officer had an inner crisis between his integrity and his profession. He found himself feeling hated and ridiculed by the many residents of the town when all he was doing was performing his job. The ambivalent officer was sneered, tripped, and laughed at; He felt perplexed and agitated because he had come to know how he felt morally and politically about the world

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    Burma remains the world's second largest producer of illicit opium with an estimated production in 2008 of 340 metric tons (CIA, 2010). Our presence in Burma will free it from tyranny and promote an effective democracy. The ability to communicate our strategy with precision to partners in this endeavor ensures success. I will provide you with information covering background, government, strategic importance, and future direction for the country of Burma. Background Information The first inhabitants

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    independent from the British was Burma. However, since there independence, they have been fighting one of the longest civil wars in the history of the world. In this paper, I will investigate, if the reason that the conflict in Burma is still happening, is because the British allowed them to become independence pre maturely, and the British did not help Burma get though the challenges of becoming a nations. To understand how complicated the ethnic conflict in Burma is, it is important to take a look

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    Burma has suffered through one of the most brutal dictatorships in the world. The Karen, a minority ethnic group in the eastern mountainous region of Burma, has been fighting for a federal system instead of a dictatorship. In the late 1940s, the Karen created the Karen National Union (KNU) to fight for an independent Karen state but switched to fight for a federal system for peoples’ freedom from oppression in the 1970s. After the failure of peaceful negotiations, the KNU waged war against the central

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    Multilateral Intervention within ASEAN

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    The admission of Burma into ASEAN and the reluctance of ASEAN to resolve Burma’s ongoing political turmoil (the most recent, 2010 elections) have sparked off much debate and controversy among the member states as well as the international community. This is because ASEAN upheavals the non-interference principle in managing its inter-relations, indicating lack of credibility, importance and unity. Therefore, this policy memo will suggest some short and long term strategies that will re-orientate political

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