Burma, the State of Myanmar

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Index
Abel, David, 73
ADB. See Asian Development Bank
AFPFL. See Anti-Fascist People’s Freedom League
agricultural sector, 139–46, 171–72, 202–03
AID. See United States Agency for International Development
AIDS, 211–12
Albright, Madeleine, 239, 243, 294
All-Burma Peasants’ Organization, 99, 106
All Burma Workers’ Organization, 106
All India Radio, 231
Amnesty International, 88, 250n45
ana (authority), 40, 42
Anglo-Burmese War, First, 230
Anglo-Burmese War, Third, 145
Anti-Fascist People’s Freedom League (AFPFL), 13, 48–49, 98–99, 106, 208
Aris, Michael, 96n29, 284
armed forces. See military, the
ASEAN. See Association of Southeast Asian Nations
Asia Foundation, The, 222n39
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
entry into, 21, 129
foreign aid, criteria for, 264
foreign aid from, 17, 262
founding of, 258
funding sought from, 159
loans from, 162
policy advice, 255
Asia Watch, 88
Association of Southeast Asian Nations
(ASEAN)
constructive engagement, xxx, 238
entry into, 237–40, 281
human rights, 89–91
assumptions, 290
military, held by the, 291–93
National League for Democracy, held by, 293
United States, held by, 294–95
astrology, Ne Win and, 5, 30n26
Aung Gyi, xiii
arrest of, 9
dismissal of, 20
ethnicity of, 73, 227
National League for Democracy, break from, 19
people’s revolution, activities during the, 2, 10–11
Aung Min, xiii
Aung San, xiii
curriculum, elimination from, 208
economics and politics, 123

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