Posts Tagged: Burma
John Dale's new book scrutinizes the battle between civil society activists, corporations, and states over U.S. foreign Policy toward Burma's military junta.
The ongoing plight of Burma's ethnic minorities is crowded out of the news by more immediate crises elsewhere.
These excerpts from narratives of three survivors of Burma's military regime are a powerful evocation of life during wartime.
Despite Burma's ruling junta's history of brutality, a dissident leader calls out his people.
Give the lady a chance to find her sea legs.
Once again Burma's junta is thinking of releasing Aung San Suu Kyi from house arrest.
The United States has pursued an "eagle" approach of military intervention overseas for much of its history. Will President Obama change the direction of U.S. foreign policy?
The Karen ethnic group's revolt against the Burma junta is the longest-running independence movement on earth.
In the face of sanctions, defectors with nuclear secrets, and a liberalized officer corps, how long can Burma's junta hold out?
Sanctions are undermining President Obama's Burma policy.