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Dialogue 2011-12-20 Myanmar's new image

12-20-2011 22:11 BJT


Myanmar’s woes all these years have been a classic case of the leadership there being unable or unwilling to get its politics and economics right. Successive leaders, since 1962, never allowed parliamentary democracy envisioned by independence leader Gen Aung San to evolve and take root. Recently, Myanmar continuously shows new image to the world. Myanmar can have a stable central government to hold the country together to ensure the overall development of the country.

Dialogue 2011-12-20 Myanmar's new image

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Cheng Ruisheng, Former Chinese Ambassador to Myanmar and India

Ruan Zongze, Senior Research Fellow of China Institute of Int'l Studies

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Professor M.D. Nalapat, Manipal University

Chair of the Political Development Council of Thailand

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