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BURMA/MYANMAR: Views from the Ground and the International Community

As the U.S. reviews its policy toward Burma/Myanmar, understanding the country’s evolving political and economic environment and humanitarian needs has never been more important. This is all the more true as Burma/Myanmar prepares for elections in 2010.

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Burma/Myanmar: The Practicalities of Engagement

In April, the Atlantic Council of the United States, the US-ASEAN Business Council, and NBR convened a moderated discussion between two former U.S. Charges d'Affaires, Priscilla Clapp and the Honorable Kent Wiedemann, on the practicalities of engaging Burma/Myanmar.

Burma/Myanmar: Views from the Ground and the International Community Forum

On May 8, 2009 The Atlantic Council of the United States, NBR, and US-ASEAN Business Council in cooperation with Refugees International convened a forum in Washington, D.C. with experts, government officials, international actors, and humanitarian workers with on-the-ground experience in Burma/Myanmar. Read forum working papers and presentations. (Photo courtesy of Frances A. Zwenig, Pagan, Myanmar, February 2009.)