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The Resource Burma redux : global justice and the quest for political reform in Myanmar, Ian Holliday

Burma redux : global justice and the quest for political reform in Myanmar, Ian Holliday

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Burma redux : global justice and the quest for political reform in Myanmar
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Burma redux
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global justice and the quest for political reform in Myanmar
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Ian Holliday
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Language
eng
Summary
"Contemporary Myanmar faces immense political challenges, and the role outsiders might play in dealing with them is highly contentious. Drawing on views expressed by local citizens, Burma redux argues for committed strategies of grassroots involvement that engage international aid agencies, global corporations and foreign states. The wide-ranging discussion positions Myanmar's history, contemporary politics and social circumstances within broader discussions of global justice, democratic transitions, the aid business, corporate social responsibility and international sanctions."--Publisher's description
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E7B
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index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Burma redux : global justice and the quest for political reform in Myanmar, Ian Holliday
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Burma redux : global justice and the quest for political reform in Myanmar, Ian Holliday
Link
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7312/holl16126
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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txt
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Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Author's note; Acronyms; Introduction; Naming a nation; Framing a situation; Analyzing a society; Rebuilding a country; 1 Dependence and Disintegration; British Burma; Liberal Burma; Nationalist Burma; Burma in flux; 2 Dominion and dissent; Democratic Burma; Revolutionary Burma; Socialist Burma; Burma in revolt; 3 Dictatorship and deadlock; Political dispute; Economic malaise; Social control; Government by junta; 4 Democracy and deliberation; Disciplined democracy; Transitional process; National reconciliation; Transitional justice; 5 Inattention and involvement
  • Policy debateEngagement strategies; Isolation strategies; Political leverage; 6 Injustice and implication; Global justice; Historical injustice; Universal justice; Demands of justice; 7 Intervention and interaction; Types of intervention; Justifying intervention; Deliberating intervention; Interactive intervention; 8Intercession and investment; Interventionist options; Interceding for change; Investing in reform; Interventionist strategy; Conclusion; Unmaking Myanmar; Remaking Burma; The world in Myanmar; Burma in the world; Notes; Index
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1 online resource (xiii, 287 pages)
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online
Isbn
9780231504249
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computer
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rdamedia
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remote

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