Zaw Htay

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When President Obama sees his counterparts among the Association of Southeast Asian Nations this week in Bali, he is expected to advance a number of major initiatives. Washington has made clear the Asia-Pacific region’s importance to the 21st century and its dedication to an enduring U.S. presence there.

For its part, Myanmar has weathered numerous revolutions without regime change, including the “first wave,” after the fall of the Berlin Wall; the Saffron revolution in 2007; and multi-party elections in November 2010. The political situation in Myanmar cannot be compared with the uprisings in the Middle East because Myanmar itself overcame uprisings like those changing the Arab world.…  Seguir leyendo »