Richard Sollom

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It has been a good few weeks for Burma’s dictator, Senior Gen. Than Shwe, even though Sen. Jim Webb secured the release of an imprisoned American during his recent visit and even though the sentencing of Burma’s democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, after this summer’s sham trial was roundly condemned. With all the media attention, Than Shwe got a dose of what he appears to crave most: international legitimacy. And he is assured that Suu Kyi, who won Burma’s last free elections in 1990, will remain under house arrest during the 2010 elections. Last month Burma’s state-run media even hailed the regime for its humanitarian nature and called for targeted economic sanctions to be lifted.…  Seguir leyendo »