Blog Posts - Aung San Suu Kyi



Kerry, Citing Bumps, Urges Myanmar to Stay on Path to Democracy

Secretary of State John Kerry, on the final day of a trip to Myanmar, pushed for further progress in what many perceive to be slowing political and legal overhauls.
by Eastasianews on Aug 10, 2014

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Op-Ed Contributor: The People vs. The Monks

Never before have so many lay Buddhists in Myanmar pushed back against the monks.
by Eastasianews on Jun 6, 2014

Op-Ed Contributor: The People vs. The Monks

Never before have so many lay Buddhists in Myanmar pushed back against the monks.
by Eastasianews on Jun 6, 2014

U Win Tin, Writer Jailed by Myanmar Junta, Dies

Mr. Win Tin, who helped found the political party led by the Nobel laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, suffered a harrowing imprisonment.
by Eastasianews on Apr 22, 2014

Boldrini, il mistero buffo e tragico della sinistra

Alle volte proprio non capisci. Oppure comprendi che l’appartenenza a un’oligarchia comprime la ragione e il cuore, dissolve le speranze in un presente vuoto riempito di vanità e interessi come l’azoto nelle confezioni dei cibi pre...
by Il Simplicissimus on Nov 13, 2013

Boldrini, il mistero buffo e tragico della sinistra

Alle volte proprio non capisci. Oppure comprendi che l’appartenenza a un’oligarchia comprime la ragione e il cuore, dissolve le speranze in un presente vuoto riempito di vanità e interessi come l’azoto nelle confezioni dei cibi pre...
by Il Simplicissimus on Nov 13, 2013

@PONTIFEXCELLENT!

by The Dude Abides on Oct 30, 2013

DICTATURE MONDIALE. Etats-Unis: et si Bradley Manning obtient le prix Nobel de la paix ?

Alors qu’il est jugé actuellement par la cour martiale de Fort Meade, près de Baltimore, le soldat Bradley Manning, 25 ans, risque d’être le pire cauchemar de l’administration Obama, et surtout u sujet épineux pour la presse ma...
by Allain Jules on Aug 13, 2013

The Top 5 Things to Do in Yangon, Myanmar [Guest Post]

Myanmar is Southeast Asia’s newest must visit location. Relatively untouched by tourism for many years, the whole country seems to still be in the past. Yangon (formally Rangoon) has been an exotic and romantic name for centuries and has been inspi...
by Tripologist on Jul 12, 2013

Emphasis added: the foreign policy week in pieces

Not Just a Wife, But a Slave; Not Just a Slave, But an Advertisement Because Naghma, whose name means melody, was not chosen by the groom, she will most likely be treated more like a family servant than a spouse — and at worst as a captive slave. H...
by Scholars & Rogues on Apr 8, 2013

MYANMAR: Aung San Suu Kyi’s Courtship of Military Rattles Supporters [world politics news]...
by World Politics News on Mar 13, 2013

The Lady, the Playwright and the Telepath

I have watched three films in short succession on oppressive regimes where freedom has been curtailed. One was a fictional story about a writer in East Germany, being spied on and censored by the secret police – something that happened … Cont...
by Elspeth R on Jan 19, 2013

Din nou, in Indochina ! Plec in Cambogia – Thailanda – Myanmar

Iar se apropie sfarsitul de an, deci perioada de vacanta… asa ca nu puteam sa nu plec si eu in vacanta, nu? Mai ales ca am nevoie de un respiro dupa atata munca… Si unde sa ma duc? Pai, in primul rand, undeva unde e cald si imi place… nicio sur...
by Imperator travel on Dec 18, 2012

Thinking without Judgment (Blame?)

I have often been asked what thinking without judgment was like. I have to say that I have a feeling of inner peace on the few occasions that I have managed to achieve it I could not say what it was like. I couldn’t give any examples as role models...
by Free Articles Directory on Dec 9, 2012

Amitav Ghosh on Aung San Suu Kyi

 Let me say that for me she’s been a sort of beacon in the world. I feel that admiration for her, and I’m feeling incredibly happy she reached this point in time when she’s able to initiate changes in Burma.
by Intrepid writer on Nov 24, 2012

Visiting Myanmar with President Obama

This month, President Obama became the first sitting US president to visit the country of Myanmar.  What does this Asian country, also known as Burma, have to offer?  mapsales.com takes a look.     Myanmar is home to some of the earliest civi...
by MapSalesDotCom on Nov 20, 2012

Obama Says Burmese Democracy Icon’s Name Wrong Repeatedly

Yet Liberals have the audacity to claim Mr. Romney’s overseas trip was embarrassing for the United States. Via AP As Obama stood next to the world’s most recognized democracy icon, he mispronounced her name repeatedly. Ever gracious, Suu...
by Red Alexandria on Nov 19, 2012

Is Aung San Suu Kyi throwing Burma’s ethnic minorities under the bus?

A prominent Burma activist takes the Nobel laureate to task. Roland Watson, who runs Dictator Watch, is one of the most trenchant Burma and activists and observers. On October 27 he posted an article with the, uh, provocative title: “Worst pers...
by Scholars & Rogues on Nov 4, 2012

Irony of Myanmar's 'Iron lady': Peace activist Aung San Suu Kyi indifferent to Rohingya Muslims' plight in Burma

'Peace activist' mum on persecution Aung San Suu Kyi was a world hero but does she command the same respect? This is now a question being asked repeatedly due to her apathy towards the plight of Rohingya minority and her controversial statements abo...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Jun 26, 2012


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