Myanmar: Beyond Politics to Societal Imperatives

Kyaw Yin Hlaing, Robert H. Taylor, Tin Maung Maung Than
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005 - 192 ˹
Seeking to look beyond the day-to-day headlines and judgemental comments on developments in Myanmar, this volume gets under the surface to look at the underlying issues which the country faces regardless of its political future. After looking back to essay the historical forces and human agencies which have shaped contemporary Myanmar, the volume addresses health care and public policy provision with suggestions as to what potential roles the international community might have in assisting Myanmars future socioeconomic development.Myanmar: Beyond Politics to Societal Imperativesbroadens the debate on this state of more than 50 million people beyond the usual narrow didactics about democratization and economic policies.

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Pathways to the Present
Myanmars Foreign Relations Reaching out to the World
Ethnic Politics and Regional Development in Myanmar The Need for New Approaches
Myanmar The Roots of Economic Malaise
Assessing the Impact of HIV and Other Health Issues on Myanmars Development
Muddling Through Past Legacies Myanmars Civil Bureaucracy and the Need for Reform
The Challenges of Transition in Myanmar

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Kyaw Yin Hlaing is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Asian and International Studies, City University of Hong Kong.

Robert H. Taylor is Visiting Senior Fellow at ISEASYusof Ishak Institute, Singapore. He was formerly Professor of Politics and Pro-Director of the School of Oriental and African Studies (London) and subsequently Vice-Chancellor, University of Buckingham.

Tin Maung Maung Than is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) Singapore