A senior U.S. official said recently that there is "dramatic progress in the way" in the Myanmar where the armed forces reversed government which has exposed rising signs of political improvement. Kurt Campbell, United States Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and the Pacific Affairs said there were "very consistent dialogue" among democracy Aung San Suu Kyi and the control. He told a conference in Bangkok, while concerns remain ", it is also undeniable that there is a dramatic evolution in the way."
The government of President Barack Obama, who has conducted both a diplomat and commitment to continuous sanctions beside Myanmar, which has received signals a political shift in the Southeast Asian nation.
Although it has come to change their stance on the nation amid ongoing concern over 2000-odd country's political prisoners and human rights abuses in armed conflict with ethnic minority rebels."We have made obvious our need to see constant progress on concerns like the release of prisoners," said by Campbell. "We will equivalent their steps with similar measures."
Campbell made comments such as the Myanmar government officials said a prisoner official pardon, which would include political prisoners was imminent. Human rights groups have elongated and said that the release of political convicts is necessary.
In a surprise move last month in Myanmar, Thein Sein, the president ordered to work in a controversial $ 3600 million to stop the mega-dam after little public opposition to the hydroelectric project in China. Resistance of dam of Myitsone on the Irrawaddy River has been the construction of pro-democracy and the environment activists to test the boundaries of their liberty under the new civil rated.