Tracking the Transition – Myanmar’s Path From Quasi-civilian Rule to Fully Fledged Democracy

“Tracking the Transition” by Sai Wansai
Sai Wansai makes his articles available to a wider audience with his new book “Tracking the Transition”.

Myanmar is a country so divided by ethnic conflicts that the evolution of its history and politics is often hard for outsiders to grasp. The current political reform is dominated by disparate discourse and agendas. Sai Wansai is a Shan political analyst and has written extensively on Myanmar’s ethnic conflict and political development.  However, until now, his articles were not easily available to the general public. This book collects his most important articles that help readers understand the ethnic conflict in Myanmar. He points out that after decades of civil war and military rule, there is still a long way to go before Myanmar’s ethnic conflict can be solved. 

The clear writing in “Tracking the Transition” by Sai Wansai provides an excellent guide to navigating Myanmar’s complicated political progress towards peace and reconciliation. The experienced and knowledgeable author explains the conflict’s history and dynamics, the key grievances and aspirations of the country’s ethnic nationalities, the conceptual differences among the key stakeholders, and he points towards possible solutions.

“Tracking the Transition” by Sai Wansai is now available from tredition or can alternatively be ordered by using ISBN 978-3-7439-5430-4. The main aim of the tredition publishing house is to provide young and unknown authors with the chance to publish their own books, and to offer cooperations to publishers and book sellers. Tredition publishes books across all media types, distributes them in the book industry, and also actively markets books since October 2012.

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