Burma's Fragile Resistance

Burmese soldiers quashed pro-democracy demonstrations led by Buddhist monks in 2007 at the Shwedagon Pagoda, in Rangoon, Burma. (By Jill Drew)
Burmese soldiers quashed pro-democracy demonstrations led by Buddhist monks in 2007 at the Shwedagon Pagoda, in Rangoon, Burma. (By Jill Drew)

The Washington Post reports from inside Burma about democracy activists and underground resistance against the ruling military junta.


RANGOON, Burma -- Call it the evolutionary school of revolution.
 
RANGOON, Burma -- Dreams of revolution die hard in the silences of this city's monsoon-soaked streets.
 
In Broken Economy, Burmese Improvise or Flee (Post, August 16, 2008)
 
Burma's Prisons a Caldron of Protest Fury (Post, August 3, 2008)
 
A New Generation of Activists Arises in Burma: Network Strengthened By Junta's Crackdown, Post-Cyclone Bungling (Post, July 20, 2008)
 
'To Be Busy Helps Them Forget': Burma's Storm Survivors Cobble Together a Meager Future (Post, July 6, 2008)
 
Frustrated Burmese Organize Aid Forays: Ad Hoc Groups Formed In Cyclone's Aftermath, But Causes May Widen (Post, June 21, 2008)
 

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