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NLR 60, November-December 2009


What explains the exceptional durability of the Tatmadaw? Mary Callahan looks to the regime’s origins in struggles against British colonial rule, and to the impact of Whitehall’s dual mapping of the country upon its complex ethnic patterns and social structures.

Mary Callahan

Myanmar’s Perpetual Junta


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