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    • Activities to Combat Human Trafficking in Myanmar (1995-2010) 

      Kyi Mar (2013)
      As human trafficking is a transnational crime and on the increase, no country in the world is immune to this problem. Accordingly, Myanmar has been taking preventive measures, policies and cooperation at various levels ...
    • An Analysis of the Fall of the BSPP Government 

      Mi Mi Gyi (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2013)
      The research examines the various reasons behind the fall of the BSPP Government in Myanmar in 1988. It used the qualitative research method by doing some personal interviews with important BSPP members, and analyzing ...
    • An Analysis of the Parliamentary Democracy System in Myanmar (1948-62) 

      Mi Mi Gyi (Defense Services Academy, 2011)
      After regaining independence in 1948, AFPFL, the strongest political force in Myanmar, formed the first parliamentary government with U Nu as the Prime minister. Between 1948 and 1962, Myanmar in effect had one-party ...
    • The Important Role of Oil and Gas in Myanmar’s Foreign Relations 

      Aye Aye Myat (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2012)
      A state’s endowment in natural resources can often be linked to its choice of policy orientation. As economic growth increases around the world, nations are demanding steadily increasing amounts of oil and gas. Myanmar ...
    • Japan’s ODA Policy towards Five Mainland Southeast Asian Countries 

      Thant Yin Win (2012)
      Development assistance is traditionally given by developed countries to developing countries to assist in the recipient country’s economic development, and improve social conditions with the country. Different countries ...
    • Maritime Boundary Dispute between Myanmar and Bangladesh 

      Kyawt Kyawt Khine (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2015)
      Myanmar and Bangladesh are the two littorals of the Indian Ocean touching the Bay of Bengal in two opposite and adjacent directions. Since 1974 Myanmar and Bangladesh have tried to negotiate their overlapping maritime ...
    • The Process toward an ASEAN Security Community and Its Impact on Myanmar’s Political Development 

      Kyawt Kyawt Khine (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2013)
      The purpose of this paper is to explain the causal relationship between ASEAN‟s process toward a Security Community and recent political developments in Myanmar. Therefore, this research mainly focuses on the question ...