Articles, News & Commentary / 17.10.2007

Taken from United States House of Representatives, October 17, 2007   Testimony of Bridget Welsh, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Southeast Asia Studies Johns Hopkins University The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies   Before the S.Subcommittee House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee onAsia, the Pacific and Global Environment   October 17, 2007 “Crisis in Burma: Can the U.S. Bring About a Peaceful Resolution?” Mr. Chairman, Ranking Member Manzullo, and members of the subcommittee,...

Podcast / 09.10.2007

Opposition movements from Africa to Russia and beyond are making news about their struggle. In this first in a series of conversations about opposition movements Bridget Welsh of the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland says the monks demonstrating on the streets of Myanmar are...

News & Commentary / 11.06.2007

In 2005 the Young Turks in PAS led by deputy president Nasharudin Mat Isa swept to power, bringing a promise of greater dialogue and engagement. They aimed to re-brand the party to strengthen its national electoral position, with the hope of expanding its support reminiscent of the heyday 'reformasi' era....