A Different Kind of Prison

By Evan Caughey

The democracy-supporting Burmese political leader Aung San Suu Kyi was recently released after spending the majority of the last 15 years under house arrest in Myanmar. While Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, is now free from house arrest, her future, and that of her democracy movement in Myanmar, are far from certain, as the current government – a military junta – hold a tight grip on Myanmar politics.

About Evan Caughey

I am a 22 year old graphic design/creativity person who was born and reared in the wilds of Montana on a strict regiment of whiskey and bear wrestling. After completing most of high school I went and studied in India for two years, where I learned most of what I know now. Like how people of the subcontinent pronounce 'bowl' like 'bowel'. And other things that are important. After that, I came to Boston and started studying photojournalism at Boston University. This proved to be quite depressing, so I switched to advertising and became an alcoholic instead. (Just kidding.) I am now a Junior.

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