New York Times Reporter Thomas Fuller joins us this episode to talk about the Myanmar Muslim crisis and more. Thomas Fuller is the Southeast Asia Correspondent for The New York Times based in Bangkok. He began reporting from Asia in 1997 during the region’s financial crisis and has covered the American invasion of Iraq and the Arab Spring. He was also posted in Brussels and Paris, covering the European Union.
In addition, in this episode you’ll find out about:
- Brief history of Burma in relation to Muslims
- Upcoming Burmese elections
- Obama’s Speech at University of Yangon
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