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PHR Congratulates President Obama on His Reelection, Urges Administration to Strengthen US Human Rights Policies in Second Term

11/07/2012

PHR congratulates President Obama on his reelection. A second term provides an opportunity for the administration to strengthen US policies on a variety of important human rights issues, thereby fulfilling obligations incumbent upon the administration and completing the unfinished work of the first term.

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Weak Reporting Requirements for US Corporate Investment in Burma are Deplorable

10/05/2012

The US government has lifted all remaining sanctions and allowed corporations unrestricted investment access to Burma despite widespread corruption, ongoing human rights violations and a total lack of rule of law.

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Human Rights Violations Continue in Burma’s Karen State Despite Announcements of Political Reforms

08/27/2012

Even as Burma’s central government institutes political reforms, the Burmese army continues to routinely violate the human rights of ethnic minorities in Karen State, PHR reported today, citing findings from a field survey conducted earlier this year.

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US Allows American Companies into Burma Despite Ongoing Human Rights Concerns

07/11/2012

The US Administration announced today that US companies will be able to invest in Burma, a country long closed to US businesses because of the Burmese government’s deplorable human rights record.

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Decision to Ease Ban on US Investments in Burma is Criticized

05/17/2012

The US Administration’s decided today to waive key elements of the Executive Order banning US investment in Burma. PHR criticized the decision to allow US companies into Burma despite ongoing human rights violations in the country.

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