Category Archives: Southeast Asia

Upcoming Event, Burma 2015: The Make or Break Moment for Democratization

  The International Forum for Democratic Studies at the National Endowment for Democracy  cordially invites you to a presentation entitled “Burma 2015: The Make or Break Moment for Democratization” featuring Zin Mar Aung Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow with comments by John … Continue reading

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Continuing Ethnic Violence in Burma

Burma: Investigate New Killings of Rohingya Ensure Aid and Media Access, Prosecute Abusive Security Forces From http://www.hrw.org/node/122549 (Bangkok, January 24, 2014) – Burma’s national government should immediately and impartially investigate reports of sectarian killings in western Burma, Human Rights Watch said today. … Continue reading

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China and the Post-Election Impasse in Cambodia

by Akshan de Alwis One of the overarching foreign policy dilemmas that face South-East Asian nations is that of dealing with the two looming super-powers of the world: China and the United States.  While the United States has had a … Continue reading

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IFA Burma Roundtable with Dr. Kyi May Kaung

IFA Burma Roundtable with Dr. Kyi May Kaung June 22, 2012 6:00 – 9:00 PM Please join IFA for June’s Burma Roundtable, with Dr. Kyi May Kaung discussing her perspective on process of reform in Burma. She will ground her … Continue reading

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