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Obama heads to Burma, where ethnic problems percolate

SITTWE, Burma — Ousman Gani, 28, used to be a kindergarten teacher. But after Buddhist mobs destroyed his village during the ethnic and religious violence that tore through Sittwe in 2012, he has been confined to a displaced persons camp. "I ... USA Today, 1 month ago

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Myanmar's pop-up power stations

Nestled on a bed of gravel, an hour's drive from Mandalay, the second largest city in Myanmar, also known as Burma, is the country's newest power station. There are no cooling towers or huge turbine halls, just neat lines of white shipping ...
 BBC3 days ago Obama Warns Myanmar Reforms Not Complete  GlobalSecurity.org1 month ago Obama: Myanmar Reforms Incomplete  VOA News1 month ago How We Should Advise Myanmar Now to Achieve Future Stability  Huffington Post1 week ago

Myanmar Reforms Slip Into Reverse: Can Burma's Democracy And Obama's Number One Foreign Policy Success Be Saved?

WALLAY, BURMA—When foreign dignitaries visit Myanmar, still known as Burma in much of the West, they don't walk the rural hills over which the central government and assorted ethnic groups, such as the Karen, fought for decades. Like Wallay ...
 Forbes.com1 week ago Burma's Slave or Burma's Save: Democratic Reforms, Human Rights, and the Reluctant Generals of Myanmar  Huffington Post1 month ago

VIDEO: Myanmar's pirated pop problem

Myanmar's fledgling music industry is dominated by pirated and slightly modified versions of international pop hits. Normal cover versions of songs see an artist put a fresh twist on someone else's composition. Under most country's laws when you ...
 BBC1 week ago Myanmar's pirated pop problem  BBC1 week ago

UK MPs Group Urges Return of Burma Sanctions if Abuses Don't Stop

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron greets Burma's President Thein Sein at 10 Downing Street in London on July 15, 2013. (Photo: Reuters) An influential British parliamentary committee has told the UK government it should press for a ...
 Irrawaddy3 weeks ago Obama charts his own path in Burma  Washington Post1 month ago Obama takes on role as adviser and ally for Burma's pro-democracy aspirations  Washington Post1 month ago In Burma, Obama renews commitment to democracy  Washington Post1 month ago
USA Today

Remarks by President Obama and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi of Burma in Joint Press Conference | November 14, 2014

Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release November 14, 2014 Aung San Suu Kyi Residence Rangoon, Burma 12:35 P.M. MMT DAW AUNG SAN SUU KYI: I'm sorry if we've kept you waiting. Let me just begin by saying what a great ...
 The White House1 month ago Obama meets Suu Kyi, prods Burma on elections  USA Today1 month ago Suu Kyi calls for PR referendum  DVB1 month ago Joint Press Conference by President Obama and Daw Suu  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago
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Burma's Last Timber Elephants

Each morning at the break of dawn, Zaw Win and his team herd their elephants across the sweeping forest floor down to the river bank. They scrub and clean the mighty mammals before harnessing them to begin their day's work. Zaw Win, a ...
 Al Jazeera2 weeks ago

Burma's digital present and future

The terrain of Burma's Internet has changed fundamentally within the space of a year. But amidst the commotion over the recent launches of the first international-led private mobile phone networks inside Burma, other significant changes have gone ...
 DVB3 weeks ago Burma shies from its nuclear protocol responsibilities again  DVB4 weeks ago New concerns over Burma's treatment of the Rohingya  Washington Post1 month ago New concerns rise over Burmese treatment of Rohingya Muslims  Capital Bay1 month ago

The silent genocide of Burma's rohingyas, on Obama's agenda

Noel Caballero ).- The desperate situation of the rohingya Muslim etnic minority living for decades in northwestern Burma has led thousands of them to take to the sea in search for a future far from their land. More than 20,000 people have set sail ...
 Individual.com1 month ago The threat to Burma's minorities  Harvard University Gazette1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Veterans Day: The Mission Must Merit the Sacrifice

With big Democratic defeats still reverberating, President Barack Obama is off on an eight-day trip to China, Myanmar (Burma), and Australia, seeking to give a boost to his oft distracted from Asia-Pacific Pivot in geopolitics. After initially ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago Obama to Myanmar: Move forward  CNN1 month ago Obama: Time to move forward  CNN1 month ago Obama's climate warning  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago
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