10 edition of Aung San Suu Kyi found in the catalog.
A biography which traces the life of the Burmese political activist who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 107) and index.
|Series||Women changing the world|
|LC Classifications||DS530.53.A85 L56 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|ISBN 10||1558611967, 1558611975|
|LC Control Number||98044109|
However, it was handled badly by the military and spread, becoming an expression of the unhappiness of the people that dated back to the last takeover in Suu Kyi was going to be released inbut when a man was found entering her home, she was kept on house arrest for another year because she had broken the rules of the house arrest. He never saw his country become independent on January 4, InAung San Suu Kyi returned to Burma, at first to tend for her ailing mother but later to lead the pro-democracy movement.
Kevin Rudd, the former Australian prime minister and foreign minister, met Suu Kyi in Yangon in Religion is private belief. Inshe gave birth to her first son, Alexander, in London; and in she had her second son, Kim. While raising her children, Suu Kyi begins writing, researches for biography of father, and assists Michael in Himalayan studies.
Born in as the daughter of Burma's national hero Aung San, she was two years old when he was assassinated, just before Burma gained the Aung San Suu Kyi book to which he had dedicated his life. Using video cassettes she has sent out statements, including the keynote address to the NGO Forum at the U. Yet her popularity in the country has not diminished. In an interview, she said that while under house arrest she spent her time reading philosophy, politics and biographies that her husband had sent her. The National League for Democracy NLDwhich Suu Kyi had cofounded inwon more than 80 percent of the parliamentary seats that were contested inbut the results of that election were ignored by the military government in the military government formally annulled the results of the election.
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Includes essays by friends and scholars. The military offered to Aung San Suu Kyi book her if she agreed to leave Myanmar, but she refused to do so until the country was returned to civilian government and political prisoners were freed. It is a religious identity.
Aung San Suu Kyi book that year, there was a revolt against the overly strict administration associated with the militarily led Burma Socialist Party.
The vast majority of my colleagues who were imprisoned did not have the comfort of such an assurance. The clause bans candidates with non-Burmese partners or children, and Suu Kyi's late husband and two children are British citizens.
As de facto head of the government of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi was criticized during for her inaction to stop the persecution and violence against the Rohingya by the Burmuse military forces and religious fanatics, -even though the military maintain significant power in the government and are not subject to her control.
Adds Derek Mitchell, a former U. He was identified by US media as a Vietnam veteran — he would have been 19 at the end of the war in — and a Mormon who said he had come to her house to pray with her.
She says, for example, that military operations are over, even as Rohingya flee and villages burn across northern Rakhine State. The courage that dares without recognition, without the protection of media attention, is a courage that humbles and inspires and reaffirms our faith in humanity.
More recently, there has been growing criticism of her detention by Burma's neighbours in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, particularly from Indonesia,  Thailand,  the Philippines   and Singapore.
He was killed in the same year. Minneapolis: Lerner, She also became influenced by the teachings of Indian leader Mohandas Gandhi —who was a believer in nonviolent civil disobedience.
She was placed under house arrest in Rangoon inwhere she remained for almost 15 of the 21 years until her release inbecoming one of the world's most prominent political prisoners. He dies in Democracy Suu Kyi is well prepared intellectually, as can be verified reading an excerpt of her paper "Empowerment for Peace and Development", in which she rebukes the argument of the convenience of authoritarianism "for some particular countries.
Time as a politician[ change change source ] After she was released from house arrest, she was elected to be State Counsellor. For most of the following twenty years she was occupied raising a Aung San Suu Kyi book in England her husband was Britishbefore returning to Burma in to care for her dying mother.
Furthermore, later SLORC proceeded to organize a National Convention in which less than one fifth of the delegates were the elected representatives of the people.
The news that Suu Kyi was being given the Nobel Aung San Suu Kyi book set off intense vilification of her by the government, and, since she was still being detained, her son, Alexander Aris, accepted the award in her place.
That year, the long-time leader of the socialist ruling party, General Nay Winstopped being a politician. New York: Grove, Freedom from Fear: And Other Writings [Aung San Suu Kyi, Michael Aris, Vaclav Havel, Desmond M.
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