Myanmar’s decision to introduce limited political and economic liberalisation in 2010 has enabled it to start the process of re-entering the international community. So far, with sanctions starting to lift after the freeing of pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, the rewards appear to be outweighing the risks.

<i>The initial geopolitical risk to Myanmar’s political and economic reforms was that it would provoke a hostile and destabilising response from a suspicious China. Myanmar appears to have reassured its giant neighbour that its economic interests are safe. Concerns have increased about Islamic militancy taking root since the lifting of the military’s tight political c...

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 Pramit Pal Chaudhuri
The Myanmar regime appears to have largely allayed China’s concerns, although Beijing is watching for signs of it gravitating towards the West
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