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Ceasefires and Civil Society: The Case of the Mon

South, Ashley


This chapter represents the author’s analysis as of late 2002. As far as possible, the facts cited were up-dated in September 2004. In general, the situation on the ground had not changed greatly in the interim. However, the case study does not take account of the government-organised National Convention in Burma (re-convened in May 2004). ¶ This chapter addresses three interrelated questions: ¶ How has the structure of the Burmese state determined the formation and projection of group...[Show more]

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Date published: 2007
Type: Book chapter


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