The Dicey Democrat - By William Lloyd-George
Last week, U.S. President Barack Obama arrived in Burma's former capital, Rangoon, where he met with Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi and the country's reformist president, Thein Sein.Read more
#1 Nov 28, 2012
US is on the right track and Obama's speech that mentioned the Rohingyas was well crafted, without any commitment on the part of US.
A new scenerio is developing. Perhaps, with tacit design of foreign policy advisers. The Congresional Gold Medal for Suu Kyi now appears to be as light as the Nobel Peace Prize.
Perhaps, all the honour and the praised heaped on SuuKyi are deliberate - as consolation prize. Will she be sidelined or continue to get support from the Administration in her bid for power , presidency in 2015?
Betting on two horses is sure to get a win. US cannot be underestimated for its clout for political assessment of the Pacific.
How will the shift in US policy towards Burma affect England's support for SuuKyi?
#2 Nov 29, 2012
Ask Agent Joseph Htoomyat Thu.
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