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Burma's unfinished revolution

September 26, 2008

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A YEAR AGO, Buddhist monks, students, democracy activists, and fed-up citizens in Burma were shot, beaten, and jailed for expressing their grievances peacefully. The brutality of the ruling junta provoked a brief flurry of outrage around the world, but China, India, and Thailand, the current chair of ASEAN, went right on currying favor with the junta, and all too soon ... (Full article: 284 words)

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