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Home > Publications > PISM Bulletin > Transition in Myanmar and the International Response: Coming In from the Cold

Transition in Myanmar and the International Response: Coming In from the Cold

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12 February 2013
Patryk Kugiel
no. 15 (468)
Myanmar/ Photo by Patryk Kugiel

Democratic reforms are on track in Myanmar despite renewed ethnic conflicts and emerging new political and social challenges. As the international isolation of Myanmar is coming to an end the country emerges as a valuable partner for a growing number of states vying for influence and economic opportunities. The EU should use the momentum to end its sanction policy and offer full economic support to smoothen the transition process and increase its leverage on the government. This also offers an opportunity for Poland to expand its democratic transition assistance and explore options for stronger economic cooperation.

 


 
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