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Crisis in Myanmar

NEW YORK, March 25, 2008 — Panelists Thaung HtunScot Marciel, and Sean Turnell revisit the situation in Myanmar in light of the military government's recently announced "roadmap to democracy," including its intention to conduct a national referendum to approve a new constitution in May, followed by a multiparty general election in 2010. (1 hr., 33 min.)


Policy
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New York
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Policy
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New York
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New York
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Arts
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New York
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Australia
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Policy
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New York
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Policy
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New York
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Arts
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New York
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Policy
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New York
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Policy
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Texas
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Policy
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New York
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Arts
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New York
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