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Obama's Engagement with Burma


In an op-ed published this weekend in the Global Post, I argue that the Obama Administration must establish benchmarks and present credible consequences should its new strategy of engagement fail to produce movement toward real political change within Burma.

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In My Inbox: US State Department and Burma


Waiting for me in my inbox on Monday morning were two press releases. One from the US State Department. The other from two prominent dissident groups in Burma: the 88 Generation Students and the All Burma Federation of Student Unions.

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Sri Lankan Government Coaching Burmese Junta?


Remember the calamitous end to Sri Lanka's 26-year-long civil war back in May? Some 16,700 non-combatants were wounded and several thousand more were killed during the final onslaught.

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Urge the US and UK to Take Action for Human Rights in Burma


In the past few weeks, 30,000 refugees have fled across Burma's northern border into China's Yunnan province. Take action today to urge the US and UK to address this health and human rights crisis.

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Change the Debate on Burma


Senator Jim Webb recently opined in the New York Times that we can't afford to ignore Myanmar (the official name of Burma since 1989). The senior Democratic senator from Virginia rightly calls for increased engagement with Burma, but for all the wrong reasons.

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