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Political Triage: Health and the State in Myanmar (Burma)

Rudland, Emily


In 1988, the military government in Myanmar abandoned the socialist ideology and isolationism that had shaped the state since independence, embarking on a transition to an open economy and engagement of the international community. ¶ Where socialism had failed, economic development and partnerships with former insurgent groups became the new strategy to advance the military’s security agenda. The primary goal of the security agenda is to promote state consolidation based on a unitary state...[Show more]

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Date published: 2010-08-19T00:51:32Z
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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