I don't want Burma to be a basket case forever.
A more significant phase should mean serious political dialogue.
Sanctions and boycotts would be tied to serious political dialogue.
We always think that everybody can do a little bit more, if not a lot more.
We will not change in matters of policy until such time as dialogue has begun.
There is so much that we need to do for our country. I don't think that we can afford to wait.
I saw many aspects of the country which I needed to see in order that I might know what we need to do.
Confidence-building is not something that can go on forever. If it goes on forever then it becomes counterproductive.
I have been free for more than a month. Some people may think that that is long enough. Others may think that that is not quite long enough.
I was surprised by the response of young people because there is a perception that those younger than the 1988 generation are not interested in politics.