A Call for Constructive Engagement – Observations on the Prospects for Myanmar-EU Relations
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Dear fellow Masteroni,
Only recently I published a monograph for the German Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (http://www.fes.de) entitled
“A Call for Constructive Engagement – Observations on the Prospects for Myanmar-EU Relations”, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, December 2009, ISBN 978-3-86872-251-2, 79 pages, http://www.networkmyanmar.org/images/stories/PDF3/fes.pdf
The book was made for the audience in Burma/Myanmar (thus the specific language!) and it:
During our work in the country, we often felt that there is a basic lack of understanding about the EU, its principles and actions. Where there is no understanding, there is no respect and no impact- all prerequisites for change.
In addition, I was the (hard/content) editor of the brilliant study by Timo Kivimäki and Paul Pasch, “The Dynamics of Conflict in the Multiethnic Union of Myanmar. Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment- Country conflict-analysis studies”, FES, October 2009, Bonn. You can download it at http://library.fes.de/pdf-files/iez/07155.pdf. It is exciting reading for anyone interested in the conflict(s) in Burma/Myanmar, as well as conflicts in general.
Your feedback in appreciated!
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