Jan-Philipp Sendker ; with Lorie Karnath and Jonathan Sendker ; translated from the German by Lisa Liesener and Kevin Wiliarty.
Perceptions of borders and human migration: the human (in)security of Shan migrant workers in Thailand
by Ropharat Aphijanyatham.
In this book are the stories of mainly the Anglo-Burmese people and some others caught up in Burma, Wwii. Abandoned by the tens of thousands, as the British fled from the oncoming Japanese invasion, many attempted to trek across to India, with some falling by the wayside, while others were left to ...
"The poems in this collection--the first major volume in English by a contemporary Burmese poet--range from "faddish sugar crystals," written in Burmese for his 1996 illegal campus chapbook in Yangon, to his autumn 2014 "anxiety attack" in the Netherlands"
A brochure introducing the Burma Study Center and providing a recommended list of information resources
This report asserts that dealing with past abuses in Myanmar is essential to achieving genuine progress on peacebuilding and economic development in the country. Conflict and high levels of political repression have racked Myanmar for more than half a century. Both President Thein Sein and ...