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Chris Beyrer and Eric Stover

Aid and sanctions in Burma

By Chris Beyrer and Eric Stover
June 16, 2007

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LAST MONTH the White House confirmed President Bush's support for continued US sanctions against the Burmese military junta. The United States supports humanitarian assistance coupled with limits on US investment, trade, and defense sales to the generals who rule Burma. In calling for continuation of the sanctions, first imposed by President Clinton, Bush noted that the Burmese military authorities were ... (Full article: 800 words)

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