• The Mystery of the Karmapa Lama
    – Brahma Chellaney
    Brahma Chellaney is Professor of Strategic Studies at the privately funded Center for Policy Research in New Delhi and the author, most recently, of Asian Juggernaut: The Rise of China, India and Japan and of Water: Asia’s New Battlefield.
    NEW DELHI – The seizure by police of large sums of Chinese […]
  • The Health Challenge in Emerging-Market Cities
    – Shaukat Aziz
    Shaukat Aziz was Prime Minister of Pakistan.
    OXFORD – Emerging markets – Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, Turkey, and some 15 other countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America – account for a rapidly growing share of the world’s population and economy. But their governments now face one of […]
  • Rising Victory Flag together with Daw Suu
    09feb11 PDF – _439_Rising Victory Flag With Daw Suu
    Ko Ko Aung
  • Alleged Burmese drug warlord Michael Kyaw Myint Hua Hu also faces allegations of insider trading.
    Alleged Burmese drug warlord Michael Kyaw Myint Hua Hu also faces allegations of insider trading.
    Photograph by: Arlen Redekop, PNG

    A former Burmese businessman appeared before a B.C. Securities Commission tribunal on Monday to face allegations of illegal insider trading.
    BCSC enforcement staff alleges that Michael Kyaw Myint Hua Hu, who now lives in Surrey, […]

  • Burma’s Union Day – 12th Feb 2011
    https://picasaweb.google.com/kayinlay08/BurmaSUnionDay#
    https://picasaweb.google.com/kayinlay08/BurmaSUnionDay#5571517256080880482
    https://picasaweb.google.com/kayinlay08/
  • Suu Kyi’s party seeks sanctions talks with US,EU
    YANGON, Myanmar -The party of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi voiced support Tuesday for Western sanctions on Myanmar and requested meetings with the U.S. and EU on whether they should be lifted or modified.
    The four-page report from the National League for Democracy said the sanctions primarily affect the authoritarian military regime and not the […]
  • AAPP concerned about denial of family visits for sick political prisoners Press release
    8 February 2011
    The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) is deeply concerned about the ban on family visits for sick political prisoner Daw Htet Htet Oo Wai. She has been placed in solitary confinement and her family have not been allowed to visit her for three months. Daw Htet Htet Oo […]
  • Does Egypt Need a Pharoah?
    – Alfred Stepan , and Juan Linz
    Alfred Stepan and […]
  • BURMA RELATED NEWS – FEBRUARY 05-07, 2011
    Reuters – Suu Kyi party urges West to keep Myanmar sanctions
    Reuters – Sanctions on Myanmar
    AP –  Indian navy captures 28 pirates from Thai vessel
    AFP – Myanmar state media asserts junta head’s role
    Gulf Times – Myanmar strongman ‘lurks behind new politics’
    UN News Centre – Burma: Ban hopes election leads to ‘inclusive’ […]
  • Don’t Enter To SPDC’s Trap
    07feb11 PDF – _438_Don’t Enter to SPDC’s Trap
    Ko Ko Aung
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