Endeavours of the Myanmar armed forces government for national reconsolidation
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Endeavours of the Myanmar armed forces government for national reconsolidation by Ranʻ Ṅrimʻʺ ʼEʺ.

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Published by U Aung Zaw in [Rangoon] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Burma

Subjects:

  • Burma. Tapʻ ma toʻ.,
  • Burma -- Politics and government -- 1988-

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About the Edition

In post-1988 Burma.

Edition Notes

StatementYan Nyein Aye.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS530.65 .R3613 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination109 p. :
Number of Pages109
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL173053M
LC Control Number99954651

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Yangon/Shanghai: Myanmar's eight-month-old government faced a fresh crisis on Monday, after four ethnic armed groups attacked security forces in the north of the country, dealing a major blow to.   The most significant development for Myanmar Navy is the launching of new FAC(Stealth)(pennant number P ) which is 49 meter long and armed with 4 x C SSMs and a single AK CIWS. Second ship of this class is already under construction and expected to be completed by early Myanmar Navy plan to build 10 ships of this class.   It is now official. Defying all predictions, the National League for Democracy (NLD) of Suu Kyi has swept the polls with and in the Lower and Upper Houses respectively, thus exceeding its own performance in the elections (). In all it has won seats that include the Lower and Upper Houses, the State and Regional Parliaments and in Ethnic Affairs ministers. Book Cover Revised The Myanmar Institute for Peace and Security (MIPS) is a non-governmental, non-partisan “ think-and-do-tank ” providing principal stakeholders with the insight needed to navigate the opportunities and challenges of the ongoing peace and security transition in Myanmar.