Global Politics

Myanmar's Opposition Calls for Measurable Reform

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Aung Zaw (Photo: Shawn Crispin/CPJ)

Marco Werman speaks with Aung Zaw, editor of Irrawaddy, a news magazine about Myanmar (Burma) published in Thailand.
Aung Zaw, a veteran of the 1988 protests in Myanmar, says Hillary Clinton's visit is welcome, but that the civilian government has to take certain concrete steps, like releasing the remaining political prisoners, before it can say it is serious about reform.

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