Maureen Aung-Thwin

Director of the Burma Project, Soros Foundation

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Director of the Burma Project, part of the Soros Foundation

Maureen Aung-Thwin on KCRW

China has mobilized massive resources to deal with yesterday's earthquake. More than a week after the cyclone hit Myanmar it's a different story.

Burma's Misery, Myanmar's Intransigence

China has mobilized massive resources to deal with yesterday's earthquake. More than a week after the cyclone hit Myanmar it's a different story.

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