Archive for September 26th, 2006

  • Startling news from today’s Nation: Political change not a coup : Lt Gen Winai One of the generals behind the coup described their seizure of power last week as a […]

    Hold your fire! It wasn’t a coup!

    Startling news from today’s Nation: Political change not a coup : Lt Gen Winai One of the generals behind the coup described their seizure of power last week as a […]

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  • A very useful summary of current developments in Burma, from a health perspective, is available at a regularly updated blog called “HIV Information for Myanmar”.  It is a clearing house for […]

    Blog on HIV in Myanmar

    A very useful summary of current developments in Burma, from a health perspective, is available at a regularly updated blog called “HIV Information for Myanmar”.  It is a clearing house for […]

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  • An interesting seminar this morning at ANU by historian Peter Jackson on the deva-raja (god-king) in Thailand. Too late for NewMandala readers to go to the seminar but the circulated […]

    The deva-raja

    An interesting seminar this morning at ANU by historian Peter Jackson on the deva-raja (god-king) in Thailand. Too late for NewMandala readers to go to the seminar but the circulated […]

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  • News reports from Thailand feature representatives of the Democrat Party (soon to be renamed as Democratexceptwhenwecannotwinanelectionandthenacoupisok Party) suggesting that a coup was the only way out of the political impasse. […]

    Elections under Thaksin

    News reports from Thailand feature representatives of the Democrat Party (soon to be renamed as Democratexceptwhenwecannotwinanelectionandthenacoupisok Party) suggesting that a coup was the only way out of the political impasse. […]

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  • During my recent stint in Burma, the Chinese influence was more apparent than ever before.  A new report that is being carried by Narinjara provides a reasonable English-language overview of Chinese involvement […]

    China – Burma and the sale of toys

    During my recent stint in Burma, the Chinese influence was more apparent than ever before.  A new report that is being carried by Narinjara provides a reasonable English-language overview of Chinese involvement […]

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