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Don't Miss a Tiger Waking up

Vladimir Orlov

“Myanmar is an Asian tiger in hibernation. It has a population of 60mln and a territory the size of Ukraine. It is enormously rich in natural resources. Potentially it is an important Asian power – but for now, its international role is negligible. For many decades the country has kept itself isolated from the rest of the world,” – writes Editor-in-Chief of the Security Index journal, Vladimir Orlov, in From the Editor.

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SECURITY INDEX №2 (99), 2012