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anthro in the news 9/14/15

anthropologyworks , September 14th, 2015

  “ Refugees from Syria arrive in Europe (Photo from Al Jazeera)   Refugees in Europe: Care is reasonable and possible Bloomberg News carried an article on the European…


Coming to Malaysia – protection, responsibility and labour

anthropolitics , June 20th, 2015

The so-called ‘boat people crisis’ in the Andaman Sea has been brewing for a long while. Economic migrants and refugees attempt the perilous sea crossing to reach safety…


Pushed offshore, the ‘boat people’ crisis demands regional response

anthropolitics , May 25th, 2015

In recent days, some 2000 refugees and migrants from Bangladesh and Myanmar have come ashore in Aceh, Indonesia, and Langkawi, across the Strait of Malacca in Malaysia. Thousands…


Heroes of Freedom: Burma’s 88 Generation and the Legacy of Mandela

Seinenu Thein , May 1st, 2014

  It is easy when a nation is modernizing as rapidly as Burma is to look only forward, rather than backward. Yet, perhaps one of the most important lessons…

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