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MSN Philippines

National and border security matters

Association of Southeast Asian Nation's integration challenges pose barriers to solutions for border problems like smuggling, poaching and territorial or maritime disputes. The disputes involve both maritime boundaries and islands. Each dispute ... MSN Philippines, 2 days ago

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7 Things to Know About Burma's Upcoming Elections

Early next month Burma goes to the polls for what are shaping up to be its freest general elections for 25 years. The National League for Democracy (NLD) party of former political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi is poised to win a sizeable chunk of the ...
 Time1 week ago Dispatches: Militias and Electoral Intimidation in Burma  Human Rights Watch1 week ago OPINION: Rights not rhetoric needed for reform in Burma  DVB2 months ago Burma's Path to Democracy Is Being Wrecked by Lethal Identity Politics  Epoch Times2 months ago
National Geographic

How smartphones fill the healthcare gap in Myanmar

On average, a person living in Myanmar (also known as Burma) will live two decades less than someone in the U.S. For Michael Lwin, son of two doctors who came to the United States from Myanmar in the 1970s, this isn't just a statistic. It's a deeply ...
 National Geographic2 weeks ago

Legendary investor Jim Rogers: My biggest disappointment is how little Modi has done

'Modi hasn't done much to change the basic macro economic problems facing India. Too much regulation, too much control and the rupee is still not convertible on the capital account. This is 2015, not the 1950s.' "In 1962 Burma was the richest country in Asia. They closed off (to the outside world) and Myanmar became the poorest country in Asia. Closing off is never good." This is how global investor Jim Rogers, who recently sold his India investments, warns India might go if the Indian currency ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

An enduring challenge

First day of the Constituent Assembly of India Burma loosened itself from India 80 years ago this year. Aden did likewise, to become a Crown Colony. Sind was separated from Bombay Presidency at the same time. Bihar and Orissa became separate ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
New Zealand Herald

Football: NZF shambles leaves Burma trip forgotten

In two days, the All Whites will be playing an international. Unless you are a dedicated New Zealand football fan you probably don't know the national side are in Burma (Myanmar) preparing to play that country in Rangoon on Monday night. New ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago
Irish Times

Rohingya women fleeing Burma sold into marriage

Ambiya Khatu, who married a man who paid for her release from smugglers in Thailand, watches her niece with her mother, Mabiya Khatu, at home in Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaThere was nobody to rescue us, so I agreed, she said. Photograph: Mauricio ...
 Irish Times1 month ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Why Myanmar, North Korea are keeping their own time

The U.S. has for decades lumped North Korea and Myanmar together as East Asian foreign policy problems. Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice specifically underscored that connection when she included both North Korea and Myanmar -- formerly ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

In pursuit of peace & identity

To understand the Naga problem better we must first recognise certain historical facts. The first of these is that the Naga Hills was the very last British annexation in the subcontinent. That annexation began with the establishment in March 1878 of ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

Amid ongoing clashes, RCSS announces it will sign Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement

The Restoration Council of Shan State/Shan State Army-South (RCSS/SSA-S) will sign Burma's Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) on October 15, Lt. Gen. Yawd Serk announced today. We believe the NCA is a bridge to solve the [country's] political ...
 Shanlandorg10 hours ago
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