Going Rogue in the Andaman Sea
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Going Rogue in the Andaman Sea


By EDITH MIRANTE JANUARY, 2010 - VOLUME 18 NO.1


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There is some hope for the 34 Rakhines and Karens trapped for so long in a political-legal limbo, but given the possibility of a government appeal even in the event of acquittal, Haksar writes, “I do not know what the ending will be or whether there will be any ending at all.”   

Edith Mirante is the director of Project Maje and the author of “Burmese Looking Glass” and “Down the Rat Hole.”  She visited the Andaman Islands while researching her new book on Asia’s Negrito indigenous peoples.



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