Myanmar Needs Peace Before Elections
In Myanmar next month, elections are expected to produce the country's first democratically elected parliament since 1960. Ideally, that government would inherit a country unified and at peace after decades of battling ethnic insurgencies. For that to happen, however, Myanmar needs to consolidate a nationwide cease-fire agreement and ensure that all parts of the country get to vote.
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