Burma (BurmaRN1.2) James D. Fearon David D. Laitin Stanford University This is one of a set of "random narratives" to complement our statistical findings in regard to civil war onsets.
6 Burma: Displaced Karens. Like Water on the Khu Leaf Chris Cusano War disrupts the normal relationship between people and place. Displaced by war, people must adapt to survive, both physically and socially.
Order Code RS22737 Updated January 30, 2008 Burma: Economic Sanctions Larry A. Niksch and Martin A. Weiss Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Trade Division Summary On October 19, 2007, President George W. Bush issued Executive Order 13449.
| 20 | FInDInG DoLLARs AnD sense: BURMA's econoMY In 2010 Sean Turnell I n recent times, questions concerning the state of Burma's economy have been unusually prominent.
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1 An Overview of the Burmese Sanctions Regulations Title 31 Part 537 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations INTRODUCTION - On May 20, 1997, the President issued Executive Order 13047 (E.O. 13047) determining that the Government of Burma has committed large-scale repression of the democratic ...
Burma: Time for Change Report of an Independent Task Force Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations Mathea Falco,Chair 76399Text 7/30/03 1:21 PM Page i
http://rangoon.usembassy.gov December 2008 Consular Section Newsletter Dear American Citizen residing or traveling in Burma: After a long hiatus, we’re bringing back the Consular newsletter!
Page 2 BURMA - THAILAND BOUNDARY I. BOUNDARY BRIEF The Burma-Thailand boundary extends for approximately 1,118 miles from the Laos tripoint on the upper Mekong southward to the west coast of the Malay peninsula.
THE FUTURE OF INDO-BURMA RELATIONS: A VIEW FROM DIVIDED PEOPLES By Lian H. Sakhong THE FUTURE OF INDO-BURMA RELATIONS: A VIEW FROM DIVIDED PEOPLES Lian H. Sakhong This paper was presented at the 9 th International Conference on Burma Studies, University de Provence, Marseilles, France, 6-10 ...