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Jared Genser

A new strategy for Burma

By Jared Genser
October 5, 2007

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UN SPECIAL ENVOY Ibrahim Gambari left Myanmar Wednesday much as he arrived: with the military junta firmly in control, monks in jail, and the Burmese people fearful of more violence. In the words of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon commenting on the visit: "You cannot call it a success." Indeed, junta leader Than Shwe's offer of "dialogue" with pro-democracy leader Aung San ... (Full article: 757 words)

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