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Country profile: Burma

We explore its transformation in this month's 'Country Profile'.…

  • Mon Jun 1 11:08:00 2015
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Football and pagodas galore, but no bread at Burma’s circus

Daniel Pye exposes the dark side of Burmese soccer.…

  • Fri Dec 10 06:13:00 2010
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On the short road to discipline-flourishing democracy

Put aside an election called by despots as also revolutionary fantasies…

  • Wed Sep 22 05:26:00 2010
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Dinyar Godrej

Dinyar Godrej has been associated with New Internationalist since 1989, but joined as an editor in 2000. His interest in human rights has led him to focus on subjects like world hunger, torture, landmines, present day slavery and healthcare. His belief in listening to people who seldom get a chance to represent themselves led to unorthodox editions on (and by) street children and people with disabilities from the Majority World.…

  • Fri Feb 5 15:56:52 2016
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Behind the scenes

One of the video-journalists who shot Oscar-nominated Burma VJ is in jail for his efforts…

  • Thu Feb 18 07:28:00 2010
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Dark Days for Burma

Teashop gossip and the ‘generous’ Generals: Burma is again in the international spotlight following the extension of Aung San Suu Kyi’s home detention…

  • Thu Aug 13 06:24:00 2009
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Climate Justice - The Facts

Climate change is causing human suffering all over the world and it's the poorest of the poor who are going to be worst hit.…

  • Thu Jan 1 05:23:00 2009
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Their guns will not conquer

The Karen fight ethnic cleansing in Burma with economic development…

  • Wed Oct 1 22:34:00 2008
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Cyclone survival

Women in Orissa, India, have ways of dealing with calamity…

  • Tue Jul 1 04:06:00 2008
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Burma: Refugees' lives in the balance

Perhaps it's not unsurprising that when cyclone Nargis strucksouthern Burma, my thoughts went first to a community of internalrefugees close to the Thai border in the north who would have beenphysically unaffected…

  • Wed Jun 4 05:27:00 2008
  • Rank: 100

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