Inside Myanmar’s transition from isolation to openness
Clip: 04/14/2014 | 9m 40s
Myanmar, rocked by civil strife, has been kept isolated from the world for more than half a century. In recent years, however, the government has been proposing democratic reform and peace treaties with ethnic groups, prompting the U.S. to lift most sanctions. But how does a country move from being closed to open society, and who is to gain? Jeffrey Brown reports from Myanmar.
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