Item description for Myanmar's Long Road to National Reconciliation (Proceedings of International Conferences) by Trevor Wilson...
In late 2004, Myanmar's best known general and long-serving leader of the military regime, General Khin Nyunt, was suddenly dismissed. This shock development, perpetrated by a regime that has defied all predictions of its demise and disintegration, generated widespread uncertainty both inside and outside the country. Official reassurances about continuing the 2003 "Road Map" process left many questions about the path ahead unanswered. Would political dialogue with opposition groups be resumed? How would increasingly restive ethnic groups respond? Would nascent civil society groups be able to play a role in national reconciliation? How would the new leadership deal with the flagging economy? What are the prospects for the large but under-funded and highly regulated agricultural sector? This book addresses these issues.
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Studio: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.2" Height: 1.3" Weight: 1.4 lbs.
Release Date Jun 29, 2006
Publisher Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
ISBN 9812303634 ISBN13 9789812303639
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More About Trevor Wilson
Wilson is professor of history at the University of Adelaide