Foreign relations of Burma

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Politics and government of
Burma

Burma's foreign relations with many states are strained, mainly due to its human rights record. Burma (officially Myanmar), is sometimes considered an isolationist state. However, it generally shares closer connections with some of its neighbor states, and is a member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

The Burmese government continues to adopt an independent, non-aligned foreign policy.[1]

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