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COMMENTARY
Dealing with Burma the Australian Way
By Dr Myint Cho Tuesday, October 1, 2002


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Australia must join the United States and the European Union in imposing sanctions until the generals honor their promise to start real talks on real political reform. Dr Myint Cho lives in Sydney and is director of Burma’s exiled Members of Parliament Union.


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