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About Kyi May Kaung

Kyi May Kaung is an analyst based in Washington DC.

Articles by Kyi May Kaung

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Burma's struggle, Aung San Suu Kyi's role

The eighteenth anniversary of the “8-8-88” massacre in Rangoon is a moment to reaffirm the core principles of Burmese people's long march to democracy, says Kyi May Kaung.

(This article was first published on 8 August 2006)

Burma: waiting for the dawn

The democratic ideals of the "8-8-88" uprising remain the foundation of Burma's future, says Kyi May Kaung.

A reality-check in Burma

The contrast between the wedding jewels of a general's daughter and the fear and flight of the regime's enemies raises discomfiting questions to Burmese exile Kyi May Kaung.
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