Aung Aung (IR)
Visiting Fellow, November – December, 2012
Mr. Aung Aung is a graduate from the post-graduate certificate course ‘Peace, Democracy, and Development’ at the Myanmar Development Resource Institute (MDRI). Mr. Aung studied Biology at the University of Distance Education in Yangon, Economics at the Yangon Institute of Economics and Japanese at Nanzan University in Japan. He also holds a Master Degree from the KDI School of Public Policy and Management in Seoul, South Korea, and a second Master Degree from the Duke University in the United States. In Myanmar he has worked for the Internal Revenue Department, the Myanmar Investment and Commercial Bank, Save the Children and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Mr. Aung regularly writes articles on politics in Burmese within journals and magazines.
Publications by Aung Aung (IR)
Promoting Democracy in Myanmar: Political Party Capacity Building
The burgeoning democracy in Myanmar relies on the strength and capacity of the country’s political parties. This paper by Aung Aung, a Burmese guest researcher at ISDP in 2012, explores […]