China On The Wrong Road In Burma – Dan Slater

From Christian Science Monitor:

Chinese embassies and consulates from New York to New Zealand have had some unwelcome but familiar visitors on their doorsteps in recent weeks: human-rights protesters. Only this time around, activists have not been calling attention to authoritarian abuses in China, but in neighboring Burma (or , as its military rulers prefer to call it). Street protests sparked by skyrocketing fuel prices in that impoverished Southeast Asian land have resulted in the reimprisonment of leading activists and yet another round of military violence against peacefully protesting university students and Buddhist monks. [Full Text]

Dan Slater is assistant professor of political science at the University of Chicago.

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