Archive for December 6th, 2006

  • David Mathieson - regular book reviewer over at The Irrawaddy, ANU doctoral candidate and newly appointed Burma consultant for Human Rights Watch – has read Myanmar’s Long Road to National Reconciliation edited by […]

    Thems fighting words

    David Mathieson - regular book reviewer over at The Irrawaddy, ANU doctoral candidate and newly appointed Burma consultant for Human Rights Watch – has read Myanmar’s Long Road to National Reconciliation edited by […]

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  • My memory isn’t perfect - and I must admit that the hazy days of September are lost in the glow of early Autumn Oxford - but I don’t recall Australia’s long-serving Foreign Minister […]

    No coup for you

    My memory isn’t perfect - and I must admit that the hazy days of September are lost in the glow of early Autumn Oxford - but I don’t recall Australia’s long-serving Foreign Minister […]

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  • A military endorsed car rally through north-east India, across Burma…to Yangon has just been flagged off by the Indian Defence Minister.  The rally traverses a route that is maybe just starting to […]

    Indo-Burma car rally

    A military endorsed car rally through north-east India, across Burma…to Yangon has just been flagged off by the Indian Defence Minister.  The rally traverses a route that is maybe just starting to […]

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  • [Oliver Tappe is a Phd student at the University of Muenster in Germany. He has contributed this piece for inclusion in New Mandala's Focus on Laos.] During the work at […]

    Of princes and patriots

    [Oliver Tappe is a Phd student at the University of Muenster in Germany. He has contributed this piece for inclusion in New Mandala's Focus on Laos.] During the work at […]

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  • Some more nonsense today from the junta and The Nation’s rural-phobic columnists that seeks to deny independant political will in the Thai electorate. Pro-democracy rallies against the military regime are […]

    I admit, I am a “free-spirited bookish-type” person

    Some more nonsense today from the junta and The Nation’s rural-phobic columnists that seeks to deny independant political will in the Thai electorate. Pro-democracy rallies against the military regime are […]

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