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Sustaining Myanmar’s Transition: Ten Critical Challenges

By Asia Society  •  June 24, 2013

A new Asia Society report takes stock of progress and challenges in Myanmar’s reform process over the past two years and thinks through ways forward for U.S.-Myanmar relations.

Sustaining Myanmar’s Transition: Ten Critical Challenges builds on nearly four years of Myanmar-focused policy dialogue and analysis carried out by Asia Society, including Advancing Myanmar’s Transition: A Way Forward for U.S. Policy, which assesses the nature of the changes under way in Myanmar and recommends measures that the United States should take to encourage and support the institutionalization of sustainable democracy in Myanmar. These efforts also expand on the work carried out by Asia Society’s Task Force on U.S. Policy toward Myanmar, as well as seminal meetings convened by the Society in New York in September 2011 that brought together for the first time policy makers from Myanmar, the United States, and the broader international community to informally discuss prospects for Myanmar’s reform.

Download the report here.

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