The Politics of Burma's Democratic Transition
Many have dismissed the military-controlled transition to �democracy� in Burma as a sham that will only further entrench military rule. Others, however, view it as an opportunity to break the army�s long-standing stranglehold on power and start a process of gradual reform. The present article considers the transition from a strategic perspective. After briefly revisiting the history of military rule in Burma, it examines the politics of the transition and considers possible scenarios in the...[Show more]
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