The Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution

South & Southeast Asia
Working Group
Presents:

Burma: Analyzing
& Understanding
the Conflict


The recent mass protests and the crackdown by the military regime in Burma have generated widespread international concerns on the plight of the Burmese people. This panel attempts to foster a discussion beyond the conflict between the Buddhist monks and the military. The panel will discuss the underlying factors that led to the uprising, the perceptions of the regime, current international pressures, and future outlooks.

When: 7:30-9 p.m. Thursday, October 11th, 2007

Where: Room 555, S. Truland Building, 3330 N. Washington Blvd,
Arlington, VA 22201

Contacts:
deliatam@gmu.edu, syamin1@gmu.edu

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