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Yhome, K. "SAARC and Myanmar," Observer Research Foundation (2010).
Summary: One of the main issues to be tackled during the upcoming SAARC summit is the inclusion of new members, among which is Myanmar. The latter has already expressed its desire to acquire full membership of SAARC, a request that must studied in the light of the benefits of both sides.
Rahman, Mirza Zulfiqur. "Myanmar's Bid for SAARC Membership," Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (2009)
Summary: "Mani Shankar Aiyar, Union Minister for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), often comments that Southeast Asia begins from Northeast India, and South Asia begins in Myanmar. It is useful therefore, to examine Myanmar’s bid to enter SAARC against the backdrop of this statement." [Author]

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