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World top news on Burma (5-11-2009)

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US Diplomats Urge Burma’s Military to Talk With Opposition, Ethnic Groups

Voice of America – Daniel Schearf – ‎

Senior US officials have urged Burma’s military government to talk with opposition groups before next year’s controversial elections. The call for dialogue came during the highest-level visit by US diplomats to Burma in more than a

US envoy: Ties could improve if Myanmar makes progress

CNN International – Dan Rivers – ‎

Bangkok, Thailand (CNN) — One of two US officials who made a rare trip to Myanmar said Thursday that the United States was willing to improve relations if that nation’s ruling military junta takes tangible steps towards democracy.

US ready to improve Myanmar ties: envoy

AFP – ‎

BANGKOK — Washington is ready to boost ties with Myanmar but will not lift sanctions until there is progress on democracy, a US diplomat said Thursday after the highest-level talks with the ruling junta in years. US Assistant Secretary of State Kurt

US will not lift Myanmar sanctions

The Associated Press – Denis D. Gray

BANGKOK — The United States, although embarking on a new policy of engagement, will not lift its sanctions on Myanmar unless its ruling generals make concrete progress toward democratic reform, a senior US diplomat said Thursday.

Q+A: Why is the United States engaging with Myanmar?

Reuters – Martin Petty – ‎

BANGKOK (Reuters) – It would be very hard for elections next year in army-ruled Myanmar to be credible without detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s involvement, a top US official said on Thursday.

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Kurt Campbell, Aung San Suu Kyi Meet In Burma: A First In 14 Years

Huffington Post (blog) – ‎‎

YANGON, Myanmar — US Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell met with detained Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Wednesday, becoming the

Senior US diplomats in Burma for talks with military junta, Suu Kyi

Newstrack India (blog) – ‎‎

London, Nov 3 (ANI): Two senior Barack Obama Administration officials have arrived in Burma to hold talks with the military junta and detained democratic

United States

US encourages Burma junta to embrace rivals

San Francisco Chronicle – Thomas Fuller – ‎

A senior US diplomat who completed a rare visit to Burma on Wednesday said that Washington would improve relations with the nation if its military

Campbell Meets Suu Kyi in ‘Exploratory Mission’ to Myanmar

Bloomberg – Edward DeMarco – ‎‎

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) — US envoy Kurt Campbell met for two hours today at a hotel in Myanmar with detained opposition leader Aung San Suu

US envoy meets Suu Kyi in trip to engage Burma (Myanmar)

Christian Science Monitor – Simon Montlake – ‎

The highest-ranking US diplomat to visit Burma (Myanmar) since 1995 met with junta officials and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi Wednesday.

District of Columbia

Marking new gambit, US reengages

Washington Post – ‎

The United States reopened high-level engagement with Burma on Tuesday after a 14-year hiatus, giving the clearest expression yet of President Obama’s vow

US officials meet Myanmar opposition leader

WashingtonTV –

Washington, 4 November (washingtontv)—A top US official held rare talks with Myanmar’s detained opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, on Wednesday,

Myanmar election needs Suu Kyi involvement, US says

Washington Post – Martin Petty – ‎

BANGKOK (Reuters) – It would be “very hard” for next year’s elections in Myanmar to be legitimate without the involvement of detained

Washington, DC

US delegation holds talks with Myanmar’s Suu Kyi

Washington Post – Aung Hla Tun – ‎

YANGON (Reuters) – A top US official held rare talks with Myanmar’s detained opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, on Wednesday as part of

US delegation in Myanmar for rare junta talks

Washington Post – Aung Hla Tun

YANGON (Reuters) – A delegation of senior US officials arrived in Myanmar Tuesday for Washington’s highest-level talks with the reclusive

Senior US officials visit Myanmar

Washington Post – ‎

AP YANGON, Myanmar — The United States embarked on a new policy of engagement with Myanmar on Tuesday, sending two senior diplomats for the highest-level

Yangon, Myanmar

Aung San Suu Kyi engages in two hour meeting with US envoy

Myanmar News – ‎‎

A top US official has spoken to Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi at a luxury hotel in Rangoon. Myanmar’s ruling junta gave permission to US Assistant

US envoy meets Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi

Myanmar News – ‎

US Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell – the highest ranking American official to visit military-ruled Myanmar in 14 years – met Wednesday Myanmar

US envoy in Myanmar for talks with government and opposition

Myanmar News – ‎

Washington, in seeking to improve ties with the the military-ruled nation, has sent the Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs,

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Written by Lwin Aung Soe

November 5, 2009 at 1:06 pm

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