I was in Burma for a week in January, my second visit in the last year. I am still amazed by how much has changed since the start of reforms in 2011. The political opposition has gone from prison to a place in parliament. Daily newspapers are publishing real news and honest criticism of the government. Activists who just two years ago were serving life sentences for sending emails or telling jokes are now sitting across the table from government ministers, discussing how to identify and release the last remaining political detainees in the country.