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Myanmar

Introduction Myanmar (Burma – renamed Myanmar in 1989) has never seen sustained conflict-free periods since its independence in 1948. The military has ruled the country since 1962. In 1988, pro-democracy protests were crushed. In 1990, free and fair national elections were held in Myanmar for the first time in 30 years. The National League for […]

Pages: 62 Words: 18585 Topics: Economy, European Union, Government, International Relations, Myanmar

State of Global Power

INTRODUCTION Background Dramatic changes at the global level have initiated a process of reorientation of the power distribution and emergence of new powers in international politics. The changes initiated with the disintegration of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR ), the unification of Europe in pursuit of an identity of its own ,a sharp […]

Pages: 55 Words: 16555 Topics: China, Economic Growth, Employment, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan
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India’s Energy Security Concerns and its Implications on the Regional Security Scenario

CHAPTER-I INTRODUCTION 1. India’s economy undeniably, is on a roll. However the parallel energy discourse, sadly, moves at a slow pace, lacking in requisite agility and momentum. If India is to secure it’s interests in a more healthy manner, it’s energy discourse must keep pace qualitatively and quantitatively, in concept and in execution, with it’s […]

Pages: 34 Words: 10223 Topics: China, Economic Growth, India, Myanmar, National Security, Natural Gas, Pakistan

A Critical Study of Theravada Buddhism in Myanmar and Environmental Ethics

CHAPTER I Introduction 1.1 Background and Significance of the Problems The existence and development of human world as well as the historical process of man and woman is mainly created by the public who are working with endeavor. So, the principle of human history is the people who are working. Past history is the lessons […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2114 Topics: Buddhism, Myanmar, Research

What are the Forms of Government in Animal Farm?

In the world there are many different kinds of governments. There are democracies and dictatorships and there are tyrannical government as wells as fair governments. I disagree with the idea that, When people fear the government, there is tyranny, and when the government fears the people, there is democracy. Across the 3 texts we’ve been […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1207 Topics: Animal Farm, Democracy, George Orwell, Government, Myanmar

Why is it Important to Know about Genocide

Throughout history there have always been people who look, think, or act differently than the majority of others. When people feel threatened by the group of people who are different than them they become hateful and associate them as being others who do not deserve to be held up to the same standard as everyone […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1860 Topics: Discrimination, Genocide, Hatred, Human Rights, Identity Politics, Injustice, Myanmar

Ethnic Cleansing or Genocide

 The Rohingya people are some of the most persecuted people. The Myanmar government is terrorizing them leading masses to seek exit from their country. While this may look like genocide the U.N. has labeled it as ethnic cleansing. Although the U.N. has different definitions for genocide and ethnic cleansing they should recognize ethnic cleansing under […]

Pages: 3 Words: 754 Topics: Citizenship, Genocide, Government, Human Rights, Justice, Myanmar, Social Issues

Orwell is Working as the Police

Orwell is working as the police officer of Moulmein, Burma, a British colony. In the eyes of the village, Orwell is, like the rest of the English, a military occupier, leaving him loathed by the majority of the village. Although the villagers never stage a revolt, they do express their repugnance by harassing Europeans at […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1146 Topics: Colonialism, Elephant, George Orwell, Myanmar, Shooting an Elephant

What is Buddhist Nationalism

To better understand the causal relationship of Buddhist nationalism to the oppression of Muslim minorities such as the Rohingya, I will use a qualitative approach with a single-case study; the ideal type of Buddhist Nationalism is demonstrated within the case of Myanmar. As explained in my methods of investigation, the data I examined were mostly […]

Pages: 1 Words: 359 Topics: Buddhism, Case Study, Inquiry, Myanmar, Nationalism, Qualitative Research, Research, Scientific Method
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