The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 24 April 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Letter to the Editor

I convey this feedback letter on ‘Sanctions to Success: A Special Report.’ I found it very interesting and felt optimistic in every respect.



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Obama’s visit: a bold, courageous and risky move

United States President Barack Obama's visit is a bold, courageous and risky move, but it holds the prospect of major rewards to those nations, as well as to the US itself – and to this region as a whole.


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Creeping tigers, intelligent elephants and befriending communists: memoirs of visits by three former US presidents

As the wheels of Air Force One touched down at Yangon International Airport, United States President Barack Obama became the first serving US President to visit Myanmar.


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Reactions to President Obama’s victory and visit from three ASEAN ambassadors to Myanmar

As President Obama begins his tour of Southeast Asia less than two weeks after his re-election, ASEAN eagerly anticipates a renewed focus on human rights and economic development as the US looks to strengthen ties with the region.

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Bilateral relations: then and now

The visit of President Barack Obama to Yangon is obviously a major event in Myanmar-United States relations.



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The symbolism of Obama’s visit to Myanmar

United States President Barack Obama’s visit to Myanmar has particular symbolic importance.

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Could Obama help end Myanmar’s armed conflicts?

The fast pace of improved US-Myanmar bilateral relations has surprised many observers and analysts alike.



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