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Survey Reveals What Myanmar's Citizens Think about Government, Reforms, and 2015 Elections

December 17, 2014

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Myanmar's recent transition to a quasi-civilian government in 2011 under President Thein Sein has brought about many social, economic, and political reforms, but 2014 has also seen rising concern both inside and outside of the country that the reform process has stalled, or worse, is backsliding. On the eve of the upcoming general elections in 2015, one in which all political parties will be able to participate fully for the first time, what do the people of Myanmar actually know about their government structure and institutions? What do they see as the most important issues affecting the country and where they live? And what do they expect from the 2015 elections?

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Uber Rape Case Reignites Debate over Women's Security in India

December 17, 2014

On Friday evening, December 5, a young woman, just finishing work in Gurgaon, India (a satellite city which is part of the larger National Capital Region), goes to meet her friends at a pub in South Delhi, and decides to call an Uber home. This chain of events is typical of what many young professionals...

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Notes from the Field

A Conversation with Taiwan Women's Movement Leader Yenlin Ku

December 17, 2014

The Asia Foundation's director of Regional Cooperation Programs, John J. Brandon, and Chen-Dong Tso, the Foundation's senior advisor in Taiwan, recently spoke with former Asia Foundation grantee, Professor Yenlin Ku, a leading feminist in Taiwan who established Taiwan's first women's studies center.

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Notes from the Field

Mapping Mongolia's Urban Ger Areas in Ulaanbaatar

December 17, 2014

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Notes from the Field

Using Evidence to Improve Development Assistance

December 10, 2014

Development assistance is founded on countless theories about how foreign taxpayers' money can be harnessed to instigate and catalyze economic and social development and provide humanitarian benefits abroad. Basic arguments for how positive change can be achieved...

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Modern Conflict is Not What You Think

December 10, 2014

Research has transformed medicine, agriculture, and sanitation, and has helped lift many millions out of poverty. Most of the extremely poor people in the world now live in states suffering from conflict. Scholars have studied wars for millennia, but are usually concentrated on how to win them.

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Cambodian Views on Democracy and Electoral Reform

December 10, 2014

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