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A Look at Myanmar's Progress So Far

NEW YORK, June 26, 2013 — Priscilla Clapp, Ike Reed, Myanmar Representative to the UN U Kyaw Tin and Suzanne DiMaggio discuss Myanmar's reforms, military, ethnic divisions, communal violence and China's role in the country at the launch of a new Asia Society paper on the newly democratized nation. (6 min., 5 sec.)

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