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Transforming societies in Myanmar: The Dynamics of Conflict and Cooperation - MorungExpress

Transforming societies in Myanmar: The Dynamics of Conflict and Cooperation - MorungExpress | Conflict transformation, peacebuilding and security | Scoop.it
Transforming societies in Myanmar: The Dynamics of Conflict and Cooperation
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Decades of armed conflict in ethnic regions have resulted in uneven distribution of wealth and lack of access to education.
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Myanmar: Will The Peace Process Materialise? – Analysis - Eurasia Review

Myanmar: Will The Peace Process Materialise? – Analysis - Eurasia Review | Conflict transformation, peacebuilding and security | Scoop.it
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A Myanmar in Transition Says Little of Past Abuses - New York Times

A Myanmar in Transition Says Little of Past Abuses - New York Times | Conflict transformation, peacebuilding and security | Scoop.it
New York Times A Myanmar in Transition Says Little of Past Abuses New York Times “We can forgive them if they transform the country from military rule to democracy,” said U Tin Aung, 71, who spent 23 years in prison for student activism and...
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Myanmar's Alarming Civil Unrest - ISN

Myanmar's Alarming Civil Unrest - ISN | Conflict transformation, peacebuilding and security | Scoop.it
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Myanmar's Alarming Civil Unrest
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In addition, the Myanmar government, with the help of donors, needs to focus incoming aid money on areas crucial to restoring peace.
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China sends troops to border with conflict-torn Myanmar: media - Reuters

AsiaOne China sends troops to border with conflict-torn Myanmar: media Reuters The intensification of the conflict has cast doubt on the intentions of Myanmar's government, which is led by former generals who have been praised for reforms in other...
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Help Myanmar's peace talks to transform Asia - Financial Times

Help Myanmar's peace talks to transform Asia
Financial Times
The issues are familiar from other ethnic conflicts and range from language policy to natural resource sharing to security sector reform.
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Burma/Myanmar – Building a Sustainable Peace? A Close-Up on Kachin

Burma/Myanmar – Building a Sustainable Peace? A Close-Up on Kachin | Conflict transformation, peacebuilding and security | Scoop.it
Power struggles, a constitution which deepened divisions and stormy rebellions brought Burma into the world in 1948 after its split from the British Empire. Now also known as Myanmar, the governmen...
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A Tentative Peace in Myanmar’s Kachin Conflict - International Crisis Group

A Tentative Peace in Myanmar’s Kachin Conflict - International Crisis Group | Conflict transformation, peacebuilding and security | Scoop.it
The deal that has now been struck between the Myanmar government and the Kachin armed group is a major step forward, but securing a sustainable peace will require much more work.
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NYT: Myanmar to End Assault Against

NYT: Myanmar to End Assault Against | Conflict transformation, peacebuilding and security | Scoop.it
In addition to the cease-fire, to start Saturday, the Myanmar government said it would pursue peace talks, but it was unclear how the rebels would react to the government's overtures.
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A serious threat to peace in Myanmar |

A serious threat to peace in Myanmar | | Conflict transformation, peacebuilding and security | Scoop.it

The fighting in Kachin areas – the Kachin State itself and Kachin-majority parts of northern Shan State – has been one of the most serious threats to peace during Myanmar’s transition since it erupted in June 2011, ending a seventeen-year-long ceasefire.  It remains the last of Myanmar’s decades-long ethnic conflicts not currently to have a ceasefire.

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