Maung Zarni is a non-resident fellow with the Sleuk Rith Institute, Permanent Documentation Centre (of Genocide) in Cambodia, specializing in “Buddhist” racisms and state crimes in Asia. He has been a human rights activist, particularly on his native country of Burma, for nearly 30 years and has written extensively on Burmese affairs. He was educated at the universities of California (Davis), Washington and Wisconsin (Madison). Zarni has taught and/or held academic, research and visiting fellowships at universities in N. America, Europe and Asia, including Harvard, Oxford, LSE and UCL Institute of Education, University of Malaya and University Brunei Darussalam.
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