Dossier November 2016

The situation of the Rohingya

Increasingly and central to the perception of democratic progress in Myanmar by diplomats and international organizations is the issue of the Rohingya population, about one million in the country, today considered the most persecuted minority in the world. They are denied citizenship in Myanmar, where they have resided for a long time, especially in Rakhine…

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Towards a federal state

The National League for Democracy is facing many challenges, and these include the revival of militant Buddhism favored by the Party for the union, the solidarity and the development that supports the military’s role in the life of the country which is why, in the last election, it experienced a resunding defeat. The standard bearer…

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Myanmar. A fragile democracy.

Aung San Suu Kyi’s first visit to Beijing as foreign minister of her country last August, had mainly economic objectives. It was fundamental for the revival of relations between Myanmar and China which are currently in a phase of review, despite that the powerful neighbor remains the most important trading partner of Myanmar and its…

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The opium question

Another issue that has been prevalent in the recent history of the country and now seems more in the background but only because surpassed by others of greater impact or urgency, is opium. The commitment to the ending of both opium production and trade in Myanmar continues to have the support of foreign donors and…

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Emigration and the Young African.

Advocacy is about politics and change, values and beliefs, consciousness and knowledge. It is about building democratic organizations and expanding citizens’ skills to understand how…

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Hare and the Corn Bins.

In the old days, all the animals used to make farms like men do today. They hoed the ground, planted the seed, harvested the grain and…

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Youth & Mission

Five Ways To Reduce Our Reliance On Plastic.

Plastic is so prevalent in our lives that we don’t even notice it anymore. It is convenient. It is cheap. It is ubiquitous. The unfortunate truth…

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