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Benedict Rogers is a writer and human rights advocate specialising in Asia. Based in London, he's a regular contributor to the Guardian, Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune and The New York Times, and has given briefings and speeches at Oxford University, the LSE, the White House, US Congress, European Parliament, and other venues. Focused on Burma for much of the past 15 years, he has travelled almost 40 times to the country and all of its borders. Previous books include Than Shwe: Unmasking Burma's Tyrant and A Land Without Evil: Stopping the Genocide of Burma's Karen People.

Burma Benedict Rogers

The first major book on the contemporary situation in Burma - at a fascinating time of fast-moving change in the country.

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