Episode 23: An interview with outgoing British Ambassador Andrew Patrick

This week we hear from outgoing British Ambassador, Andrew Patrick. One of Myanmar’s most well known diplomats, Mr Patrick has witnessed Myanmar’s highs and lows during the past five years. From the last days of the Thein Sein government, the historic elections of 2015 and the country’s first tentative steps towards democracy, to the despair of the recent troubles in Rakhine – he has seen it all.





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