Myanmar	Transformed?	People,	Places	and	Politics	(Reflections	on	Myanmar	Under	the	NLD	so	far)
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Myanmar Transformed? People, Places and Politics (Reflections on Myanmar Under the NLD so far)

by Matthew Walton

The triumph of Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy at the 2015 election was supposed to mark the consolidation of a reformist trajectory for Myanmar society. What has followed has not proved so straightforward. This book takes stock of the mutations, continuities and fractures at the heart of today’s political and economic transformations. We ask: What has changed under a democratically elected government? Where are the obstacles to reform? And is there scope to foster a more prosperous and inclusive Myanmar? With the peace process faltering, over 1 million people displaced by recent violence, and ongoing army dominance in key areas of decision-making, the chapters in this volume identify areas of possible reform within the constraints of Myanmar’s hybrid civil–military governance arrangements. 

This latest volume in the Myanmar Update Series from the Australian National University continues a long tradition of intense, critical engagement with political, economic and social questions in one of Southeast Asia’s most complicated countries. At a time of great uncertainty and anxiety, the 13 chapters of Myanmar Transformed? offer new and alternative ways to understand Myanmar and its people.

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  • Publisher : ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute
  • Publication Date : 2018-01-10
  • Product Code : 9789814818551C13

About Author

Matthew Walton

Matthew Walton is an Assistant Professor in Comparative Political Theory at the University of Toronto and was previously the Director of the Programme on Modern Burmese Studies at St Antony’s College,University of Oxford.