‘Sanction relief was given for what?’
‘Going to be held to account’
‘It is an exaggeration’
‘What kind of hatred could make a man stab a baby’
‘Living in country illegally’
‘We urge these government agencies … to immediately assist the … religious minority victims of genocide in Iraq’
Don’t mess with the monks
‘We are not changing our policy to officially adopt Myanmar’
The West must refuse to negotiate with Iran until the Iranians take real action to curtail their nuclear program.
The US has an opportunity to prove that it really does support democracy.
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi released - Al Jazeera
Myanmar’s pro-democracy leader, has been released after seven years of house arrest
The first elections in military-ruled Myanmar in 20 years were ‘neither free nor fair,’ President Barack Obama said Sunday
Residents suspect the military-ruled nation’s government was behind the troubles ahead of election
Yesterday, my son said: “Dad, I saw on the news that the thing is starting when all the dictators come to America and give speeches about how bad we are.” That’s a good description of the UN General Assembly.
Secretary Clinton and North Korea discuss ship sinking, U.S. sanctions
Former IAEA official Robert Kelley insists the claim is reliable
The U.S. interest lies in supporting the Burmese people in their clearly stated aspirations for a more just, democratic government. The policy question remains: how to best support those aspirations?
Troop buildup on Myanmar's border - WALL STREET JOURNAL
Government anticipates possible conflicts with region’s minority groups
In the real world, as opposed to what French President Nicolas Sarkozy calls President Barack Obama’s "virtual world," America faces the reality of Iran’s intransigence and aggressiveness; China’s headlong pursuit of its own national, regional, and global interests; Russia’s determination to regain its Near Abroad;