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Annual Report on the Development of International Relations in the Indian Ocean Region (2014)US-Myanmar Bilateral Relations: “Constant Variables” and “Independent Variables”

Annual Report on the Development of International Relations in the Indian Ocean Region (2014):... [US-Myanmar relationship has been affected by “constants variables” and “independent variables”. The impact from “constant variables” factors on US-Myanmar relationship is relatively stable while that of “independent variables” on the US-Myanmar relationship is uncertain. Both of “constants variables” and “independent variables” constitute the “function” which exerts US-Myanmar relationship. US-Myanmar relationship “constants variables” include interest demands in America’s Myanmar policy and interest demands in Myanmar’s American policy. Specifically speaking, interest demands in America’s Myanmar policy include: preventing Myanmar from developing nuclear weapons; Aung San Suu Kyi’s release and participation in the political process, realizing American-style democracy in Myanmar; protecting American economic interests in Myanmar; avoiding Chinese single strength alone in Myanmar and drawing ASEAN. Interest demands in Myanmar’s American policy include: maintaining the sovereignty and independence of Myanmar; safeguarding national unity and national unity in Myanmar; pursuing international recognition, asking for support from the United States and promoting domestic development; Chinese factors in Myanmar’s American policy. The “independent variables” in US-Myanmar relationship include: the attitude of Aung San Suu Kyi and the reform process of Myanmar democracy; solving issues on local armed forces and domestic peace.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Annual Report on the Development of International Relations in the Indian Ocean Region (2014)US-Myanmar Bilateral Relations: “Constant Variables” and “Independent Variables”

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Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Copyright
© Social Sciences Academic Press and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015
ISBN
978-3-662-45939-3
Pages
223 –253
DOI
10.1007/978-3-662-45940-9_10
Publisher site
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Abstract

[US-Myanmar relationship has been affected by “constants variables” and “independent variables”. The impact from “constant variables” factors on US-Myanmar relationship is relatively stable while that of “independent variables” on the US-Myanmar relationship is uncertain. Both of “constants variables” and “independent variables” constitute the “function” which exerts US-Myanmar relationship. US-Myanmar relationship “constants variables” include interest demands in America’s Myanmar policy and interest demands in Myanmar’s American policy. Specifically speaking, interest demands in America’s Myanmar policy include: preventing Myanmar from developing nuclear weapons; Aung San Suu Kyi’s release and participation in the political process, realizing American-style democracy in Myanmar; protecting American economic interests in Myanmar; avoiding Chinese single strength alone in Myanmar and drawing ASEAN. Interest demands in Myanmar’s American policy include: maintaining the sovereignty and independence of Myanmar; safeguarding national unity and national unity in Myanmar; pursuing international recognition, asking for support from the United States and promoting domestic development; Chinese factors in Myanmar’s American policy. The “independent variables” in US-Myanmar relationship include: the attitude of Aung San Suu Kyi and the reform process of Myanmar democracy; solving issues on local armed forces and domestic peace.]

Published: Dec 22, 2014

Keywords: US-Myanmar relationship; “Constants variables”; “Independent variables”

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