June 29, 2012

Republicans & Democrats Can Agree on Burma

Sen. Susan Collins, Christian Science Monitor

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In Myanmar (Burma) the tide of democracy is growing. But Aung San Suu Kyi rightly cautions foreign investors that the country still has no "rule of law." The US must continue to support those working to further human rights and civil society while carefully watching Burma's generals.

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