The Complicated Politics of Myanmar Tigers Renowned biologist Alan Rabinowitz worked with the military junta in Myanmar to create its largest tiger conservation area, prompting criticism. Rabinowitz discusses this experience, detailed in his book Life in the Valley of Death.
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The Complicated Politics of Myanmar Tigers

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The Complicated Politics of Myanmar Tigers

The Complicated Politics of Myanmar Tigers

The Complicated Politics of Myanmar Tigers

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Alan Rabinowitz has established wildlife reserves around the world. Now he's worked with the military junta in Myanmar to create its largest tiger conservation area. That work has prompted some criticism of the leading biologist and conservationist. Alex Chadwick speaks with Rabinowitz about this experience, detailed in his book Life in the Valley of Death.