Guest Host: Steve Roberts

Tens of thousands of monks and citizens have marched against Burma’s repressive military government in recent days, President Bush has announced tightened sanctions against the regime, and the world waits to see whether the military junta will violently crackdown as it did on the last large demonstrations in 1988.


  • Brian Joseph Director, south & southeast Asia at the National Endowment for Democracy
  • Khin May Zaw Senior editor, Radio Free Asia
  • Marvin Ott Professor, national security strategy, National War College; visiting research scholar at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies.

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