State of Strife: The Dynamics of Ethnic Conflict in Burma
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State of Strife: The Dynamics of Ethnic Conflict in Burma

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Since independence in 1948, Burma has been the scene of some of the most-sustained and diverse ethnic insurgencies in the contemporary world. This study examines the dynamics of conflict that have caused internal wars to become so uniquely entrenched in one of Asia's most troubled lands. Against a backdrop of conflict, different nationality movements have been able to adap...more
Paperback, 108 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
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Daniel Simmons
Plenty informative but now (obviously) dated -- not the author's fault, of course, but it does limit this book's usefulness as an overview of ethnic politics in Myanmar.
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