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Sur le pays, quelques romans :

L’accordeur de piano, Daniel Mason, Plon, 2003
La mal aimée, journal de Gyaw Ma Ma Lay, Lettres asiatiques, L’Harmattan,Condé sur Noireau, 2006,
Terre d’Or, voyages en Birmanie, Norman Lewis, Editions Olizane, Genève, 1993
La harpe de Birmanie,

Bouddhisme, nats
Guillaume Rozenberg, Les Immortels. Visages de l’incroyable en Birmanie bouddhiste, Vannes, Éditions. Sully, 2010, 350 pages.
Guillaume Rozenberg, Renoncement et puissance, la quête de la sainteté dans la Birmanie contemporaine, Editions Olizane, Genève, 2005, 279 pages. Guillaume Rozenberg explore les particularités de la sainteté en Birmanie
Livres et articles de Bénédicte Brac de la Perrière

Sur l’histoire et la géopolitique
Maung Aung Myoe, Building the Tatmadaw, Myanmar Armed Forces since 1948,  Institute of South-east Asian Studies, Singapore, 2009, 254 pages.
Thant Myint-U, Where China meets India, Burma and the new crossroad of Asia, Faber and FAber, Londres, 2011, 358 pages.
ROGERS, Benedict, Than Shwe : unmasking Burma’s Tyrant, Silkworm books, Bangkok, 2010, 256 pages. Un livre sur la personnalité et les pratiques de Than Shwe, qui a valu à son auteur de se faire chasser du pays.
Trevor, Wilson, Jagan, Larry, et al. Burma’s long road to national reconciliation, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 2006, 309 pages.
Karenni Development Research Group, 2006. Dammed by Burma’s Generals: the Karenni experience with hydropower development from Lawpita to the Salween, Karenni Development Research Group.
Lahu National Development Organisation, 2002. Unsettling Moves : the Wa resettlement program in eastern Shan State, 1999–2001, Lahu National Development Organization, Chiang Mai.
Kyaw Yin Haling, Taylor, Robert H., Tin Maung Maung Than, Burma, beyond politics to societal imperatives, Institute of Southeast Asian studies,  Singapore, 2005, 192 pages.
Pederson, Daniel, Secret genocide, voices of the Karen of Burma, Maverick house, Dumboyne, 2011, 271 pages.
Callahan, Mary P., Political authoritiy in Burma’s ethnic minority States : devolution, occupation and coexistence, East West Center, Washington,2007, 94 pages.
Latimer, Jon, Burma, the forgotten war, Jon Latimer, John Murray (publishers), London, 2004 :  Un magnifique livre sur la seconde guerre mondiale en Birmanie, très documenté, bien écrit et vivant. Passionnant !
David I. Steinberg, Burma, the state of Myanmar Gorgetown University Press, Washington, 2001  Comme tout ce qu’écrit D.Steinberg sur la Birmanie : clair et instructif.
Michael Symes, Voyage en Birmanie, relation de l’ambassade envoyée à la cour d’Ava en 1795, Editions Olizane, Genève, 2002
Jean Claude Buhrer et Claude B. Levenson, Aung San Suu Kyi, demain la Birmanie, Edition Picquier, 2003
Angelene Naw, Aung San and the struggle for burmese independence, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Copenhagen, 2001
Constitution of Burma, Yangon, Printing and Publishing Enterprise, Ministry of Information, 2008, 195 pages.
Khin Maung Kyi, Ronald Findlay, R.H. Sundrum, Mya Maung, Myo Nyunt, Zaw Oo, A vision and a strategy , Economic Development of Burma, The Olaf Palme International Center, Stockholm, 2000, 228 pages.
Skidmore Monique, Wilson Trevor, Myanmar the state, community and the environment, Asia Pacific Press, The Australian National University, pdf chargé sur google scholar en juin 2011.
Steinberg, David, Burma, the state of Myanmar, Georgetown University Press, Washington, 2001, 346 pages.
Steinberg, David I, Burma/ Myanmar, What everyone needs to know, Oxford University Press, New York, 2009, 216 pages.
Zaw Oo and Win Min, Assessing Burma’s Ceasefire Accords, Policy Studies 39 (Southeast Asia), East-West Center, Washington, 2007.
Defert, G., Birmanie contemporaine, IRASEC, Les Indes savantes, Paris, 2008, p 302.

Tissages et laques
Elisabeth Dell et Sandra Dudley, Textiles from Burma, Art Media Ressources, Chicago, 2003, 192 pages

David W. et Barbara G. Fraser, Mantles of Merit, Chin textiles from Myanmar, India and Bengladesh, River Books, Bangkok, 2005, 288 pages
Than Htun, Laquerware Journeys, The untold story of Burmese lacquer, River Books, Thailand, 2005, 280 pages
Julian Jacobs, Les Naga, montagnards entre Inde et Birmanie, éditions Olizane, Genève , 1989, 358 pages
Richard K. Diran, Birmanie, un monde qui disparait, Gründ, Paris, 1998, 2237 pages

Articles :
http://www.dvb.no/category/environment-news – Ex-Rangoon mayor offers help to farmers – Land marked for confiscation (DVB) – 8 septembre 2011.
Le courrier International, interview de Tay Za à Raimondo Bultrini.  (Source :  http://www.courrierinternational.com/article/2011/09/06/vos-sanctions-vont-nous-jeter-dans-les-bras-de-pekin)

Des documentaires dont beaucoup ont été achetés sur la frontière en Thaïlande :

Documentaires  :

Ostergaard, Anders, Burma VJ, Reporting from a closed country, IDFA / Cinema Delicatessen, 86 minutes, 2009.

ARHAM, Amirul, Le banquier des humbles, PAV communication, Terra Incognita.

On the other side of the river, 67 minutes, 2009.

A secret genocide, The Karen of Burma, 52 minutes, 2008.

Burma compendium, a dynamic collection of short films about Burma : inside the secret city, 21 minutes, 2007,  Crossing midnight, 30 minutes, 2009, Our forest, our future, 22 minutes, 2010,  We are because they are, 22 minutes, 2010,  Altered focus : Burma, 19 minutes, 2011.

Bloomstein, Rex, The prison where I live, 93 minutes, 2010.

Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi,  The floating tomatoes, Creative Media House, 36 minutes, 2010

Aung San Suu Kyi, celebrating freedom : The prisoner of Rangoon, 2003, BBC, Portrait of courage, Australia, 1996, Aung San Suu Kyi realeased, 13 November 2010,  Aung San Suu Kyi’s interview with BBC, 2010, BBC World news, At the crossroads : a dialogue with Aung San Suu Kyi, 2010, Al-Jazeera, A special interview with Aung San Suu Kyi, 2010, Asean TV, Inside story : Myanmar wings of change, 2101, Al-Jazeera.

DVB, Burma’s nuclear ambitions, 43 minutes, 2010.

Orphans of Burma’s cyclone, 57 minutes, Rory Peck Award Winner, 2010 One World Media Winner.

Burma Underground, 42 minutes, 2011.

Happy world, Burma : the dictatorship of the absurd, 41 minutes, 2011.