Obama's Second Burma Visit Spotlights Reforms In Reverse
Two years ago, President Obama seemed optimistic about reforms within the Burmese government, but in a recent interview he warned of "backsliding."By Jake Godin | November 13, 2014
PRESIDENT OBAMA VIA THE WHITE HOUSE: "But I stand here with confidence that something is happening in this country that cannot be reversed."
President Obama is in Burma, officially known as Myanmar, for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and East Asia summits. When he was last in the country in 2012, he praised Myanmar for its progress in reforms. But now, it seems he's worried that progress is reversing. (Video via Fox News)