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  • Myanmar Foreign Policy and its Relations with China and Japan (1988-2015) 

    Thwin Hnin Hlaing (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    Since the time of independence period, Myanmar was set up and formulated independence, active, and non-aligned foreign policy in relations with the outside countries to secure Myanmar national interests _ national security, ...
  • Environmental Education Program for the Segregation of Municipal Solid Waste in Mandalay City 

    San Myint Yi (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    In Mandalay, solid waste problem is one of the most considerable challenges with the management of waste in recent years. Mandalay is the second largest city and the last capital in Myanmar with the population of 1.3 ...
  • Myanmar-Japan Economic Relations (1988-2015) 

    Swe Swe Win (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    Democratization has progressed in Myanmar since the transfer of government to civil administration in March 2011, and the country is steadily forging stronger ties with the international community. In order to support ...
  • The State of Myanmar's Civil Society under Military Government (1988-2011) 

    Khin Mar Aye (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    The military government ruled in Myanmar between 1988 and 2011. According to the State Law and Order Restoration Council Order 1/91, neither civil servants nor their family members are permitted to join political parties, ...
  • The Interventions and Rivalries of the Super Powers in the Middle East 

    Ei Ei Soe (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2019)
    The Middle East has been a major centre of world affairs; a strategically, economically, politically, culturally, and religiously sensitive area. Moreover, the world has become a far scarier place in recent years, largely ...

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