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Books

Stromberg, B.E.(ed). Bangladesh and Burma: Background and Issues. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2011.

About: "This book explores the historical background and political and strategic developments in both Bangladesh and Burma." [Amazon]
 

Report

Morshed, Kaiser. Bangladesh-Burma Relations. Stockholm: International IDEA , 2001.

Purpose: To look at Burma/Myanmar's relations with Bangladesh.

Content: "The Bangladesh relations with Burma have been dominated by refugee crisis provoked by the actions of the Burmese Army under the military governments of Ne Win and SLORC/SPDC. These crisis generated unbearable economic, political and social pressures within Bangladesh. They also significantly increased Bangladesh dependence on foreign assistance to relieve the burden of the continued presence of the refugees." [Burma Library]

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