Stories about Myanmar (Burma) from December, 2007
Myanmar: On Sanctions
Kalvin makes use of some algebra to show why sanctions are not working in Myanmar.
Myanmar: Video Showing September Violence
Agam's Gecko points to a new video clip that has emerged from Myanmar. “As if the world needed anymore evidence that the brutal Burmese regime has got to go now, but here is some more anyway. I've been told it's been given to CNN — but it only surfaced this...
Myanmar: Lessons From 2007 Burma Uprising
The Burma Review blog quotes from the editor of Burma Dialogue on the lessons from the uprising in Burma earlier this year.
Myanmar: Getting Harder for Japanese to Visit
A Japanese passport usually enjoys hassle free entry to most countries in the world but now it has become more difficult for a Japanese citizen to visit Myanmar.
Indonesia: Online Hate
Indonesia and Malaysia have been on somewhat unfriendly terms recently because of mutual claims of ownership of cultural artifacts they share. Carla writes about the online conflict between the netizens from both the countries.
Myanmar: Making Burmese Junta Negotiate More Seriously
Jotman meets a “breakaway ABSDF leader who is plotting new strategies intended to make the junta (SPDC) take negotiations more seriously”. ABSDF stands for All Burma Students’ Democratic Front.
South East Asia: Chinatowns in South East Asia
Find out where the Chinatowns are in major South East Asian cities.