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Tin Maung Kyi Dr. Tin Mg Htwe Dr. Tin Shwe Dr. Tin Thein Geology Dr. Toe Hla Dr. The easiest thing I could have done, and the most popular thing I could have done at the time, was to go with the current. Calling someone names tells me that their case is weak. In fact, I could have made their case for them without calling anyone an apologist. Those condemnations do not, from my point-of-view, really give us any opportunity to better understand the situation in Burma. Is the status quo worth defending?

I was not about to spoon feed them either. I must have touched a nerve though, suggesting I was probably mainly right. Second, the article was less about Burma than about US foreign policy.

Third, the issue is not about democracy per se, but its use and its abuse, as we see today just about everywhere. People can get away with virtually anything by invoking democracy as their stated goal: the ends justify the means as long as the end is democracy.

Fourth, when you pit a situation as good and evil only, and are given one choice, which choice will most people take? And why must its opposite be posited as the only alternative? Bush notwithstanding. All these things do not necessarily imply a democratic government of the American kind. Bush, Mr. Bush, China, India, Mr. It does this with other countries too.

You can see their budget, how much, where it goes, by googling their web site. Anyway, if this happens, i. There are too many crazies for me to even contemplate the repercussions. What have been your dealings with Suu Kyi?

She was put out by that remark. Either way, maybe Wintle should have contacted me first before rushing to judgment. Has he even met her?

We had offices next to each other hers is now a shrine, mine is probably used for storage , saw each other every day, and her younger son Kim played with our kids and the Andaya kids who were there at the same time. My wife would often take Kim to International School where our kids were enrolled whereas Kim was enrolled in a Japanese school, none of whose students spoke English just so that he could meet some kids his own age who spoke English.

I saw her virtually on a daily basis, and under circumstances where we could speak freely with no political pressures or public scrutiny, and before she became famous and had to worry about image.

We argued about Burma almost every day and had honest disagreements. Everyone knew it, we, as well as her Japanese hosts.

And she was, indeed, always harping about her father. I would too if my father were as famous as hers. She even tried to convince my daughter how famous her father was by showing her a Burmese coin with his face on it.

So, my comments about her were based on my relationship with her then; nothing more or less.

Are you suggesting that I should revise my story to fit the current context? Nicholas Farrelly: We should now turn more directly to some of your copious historical writings. The important variable may be the degree to which monastic landlordism affected the state, and thereby the dynastic cycles. This is an interesting historical insight.

Or it is, well, too early to say? Professor Aung-Thwin: In some ways yes, in some, no. And since Sangha land is tax exempt in perpetuity, it is still legally theirs; what has changed is its value relative to other forms of wealth of the state.

The ideological factors are also still important regardless of their wealth. How their role will play out in the new constitution is too early to tell; if they are even included. Do you see an enduring continuity in Burmese history? If so, what are the key components of it?

Cultural continuity and exposing what we thought for nearly years were historical events on which much of the interpretation of early Burma was based, are two different things. The book was about the latter, not the former. Second, and with regard to your question, yes I do.

More specifically, there is continuity of: a the conceptual system, particularly Burmese Theravada Buddhism and Nat worship, and in general, of religious values; b political ideas, such as conceptions of leadership, authority, and legitimacy; c the basic social structure of society that reflects the bulk of the agrarian population; d administrative principles found in patron-client values; e the underlying principles of civil and criminal law; f language and its literature; and g the nature of the agrarian economy.

In terms of the substance of the book, there is no doubt that the events we once considered history are really myths. I showed that with original evidence in five, very detailed chapters.The encyclopedia brought pride to the people of Myanmar and it is still being reliable for reference.

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Ai has said that he believes his work is targeted because of his criticism of the government.

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