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By Steve King
Topic - David H. Steinberg
Myanmar's elections last year seemed like just another self-serving maneuver by the country's generals to keep their thumbs on the scales of power.
Our 6-year-old son, who was a 30-week preemie, does not receive affection very well — only when initiated by him, which is not often. He is a middle child, and his behavior has become a bigger struggle with the birth of our third son, whom he likes to reject openly.
The reforms have to be seen as a Myanmarese solution to the country's problems in order to succeed, he added.
David Steinberg, a Myanmar specialist at Georgetown University, said the military will only support reforms that it believes are in the national interest.