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This article deals with the evolution of Sino-Myanmar relations in the late 1980s as a result of the Chinese economic expansion. The "8888 Uprising" of August 1988 was suppressed be the military who retook power in the country. Condemning the repressions of the military government, Western countries and Japan sharply reduced aid to Burma. India closed borders and set up refugee camps along its border with Burma. This situation led to the almost complete isolation of Burma in the internationaldoi:10.22363/2312-8127-2019-11-4-305-314 fatcat:mfmds2yro5blrhnt5r6q7vkrgi