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Archive for August 2nd, 2009

World focus on Burma (2 August 2009)

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Burma’s ruler: brutal, reclusive – and a skilled manipulator

Independent – Benedict Rogers -‎

… has at least seven personal astrologers, including several dedicated solely to monitoring the fortunes of imprisoned democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi. …

Obama and the mad proliferators

American Thinker – James Lewis – ‎‎

And today we have Myanmar, which used to be called Burma. It follows the Burmese Way to Socialism, which means that Obama has to be nice to them. …

Myanmar braces atomic plans (Pressemitteilung) – ‎‎

Thornton, an Australian journalist based on the Thai-Myanmar border says Burma building a secret nuclear reactor and plutonium extraction facility with the …

China’s obligations for peace

Charleston Post Courier – ‎‎

An unlovely collection of tyrants in Burma, North Korea, Sudan and Zimbabwe are the principal beneficiaries of China’s policy. Now two of China’s little …

Leading article: Human rights and nuclear arms

Independent – ‎‎

Reports by two defectors from Burma that the secretive military regime is collaborating with North Korea to build nuclear weapons should send a shudder down …

Editorial: Sharing a symbol

Business Mirror – Jimbo Albano -‎

… and political suffering is someone whose own fate hang in the balance even while Cory was at death’s door: Burma’s prodemocracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi. …

House discusses ministries’ budget allotment

E Kantipur – ‎‎

… Congress lawmaker Bimalendra Nidhi drew the government’s attention towards exerting pressure to free Burmese pro- pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

Cultural Traits are Blocking Progress in Burma

KanglaOnline – Adam Selene – ‎‎

… in one ruler: he who rules all—be it the kings of the three dynasties, the father of modern Burma, Aung San, dictator Ne Win or Aung San Suu Kyi. …

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

August 2, 2009 at 5:05 am