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What Myanmar can Teach Egypt

Jun 15, 2012
"While the Burmese may have been impressed with events in Tahrir Square last year, Egypt should be looking to Myanmar’s example now. Egyptians are due to head to the polls this weekend but democratic change seems increasingly elusive. Myanmar, meanwhile, has moved further and faster toward real political reform," writes Jane Harman in Politico.

Can Egypt Become a Representative Democracy?

Jun 15, 2012
Jane Harman discusses the Egyptian Supreme Court’s decision to dissolve the country’s lower house of parliament and the second round of Egyptian Presidential elections on Fox News Live.

NPR & Wilson Center Partner to Present The National Conversation

Jun 15, 2012
NPR and The Woodrow Wilson Center today announced that they are teaming up to present a new, year-long public event series called The National Conversation. The two organizations will co-produce the series, which will tackle some of America’s most pressing global and domestic issues.

NKIDP e-Dossier No. 8 featured in South Korean Press

Jun 14, 2012
The release of NKIDP e-Dossier, “New East German and Soviet Evidence on North Korean Support to South Korean Political Parties and Labor Unions,” was reportedly widely upon by the South Korean press.

Syria: Calls for Action, But a Lack of Good Options

Jun 14, 2012
Reports and images from Syria continue to cause heartbreak and outrage around the world as calls for intervention increase. Veteran analyst and observer Aaron David Miller says that there may be no good options for action.

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