“Now the country is opening up. It’s quite worrisome because it’s human nature to [want to] grow,” Yin Myo Su said, noting that trying to grow too quickly could undermine the country’s cultural heritage and natural environment.
The Pentagon wants to set new rules for how lenders interact with military families. They've researched the issue and proposed specific changes. But Republicans on the House Armed Services Committee are trying to make the Department of Defense wait another year and re-do its study.
“The idea that only a handful of well-meaning activists can change the status quo is nice, but somewhat misplaced," Adam Cathcart, a lecturer of Chinese History and North Korea watcher told ThinkProgress.