‘Managing Challenges During Myanmar’s Transition’ explores the impact of the period of transition on Myanmar society.
For a few fleeting years in the early 2010s, Burma seemed set on a path to democracy, peace and prosperity. In many in the West, the story began with the 1988 uprising and the emergence of Aung San Suu Kyi, first as a courageous fighter against a a vile military junta, then as a global icon for universal values and human rights.
In this seminar, BoB Hudson discusses the issues and challenges of managing Mrauk-U in Myanmar.
Come and explore the Myanmar collections, which make up part of the Asia Pacific resources available at the ANU Library.
Join us for an insight into the collections as well as an overview of the resources available in the RG Menzies Library.