Aung San Suu Kyi has come to embody the struggle for democracy in Myanmar. A Nobel peace laureate, who has refused to leave her country - keeping the plight of its people on the international agenda. Detained by the junta for much of the past two decades, emotional scenes greeted her release on Saturday. But what now for Suu Kyi and her fight for democracy? Can the people of Myanmar expect to feel the winds of change? Inside Story discusses with guests: Nyo Myint, the head of the NLD foreign affairs committee from exile in Thailand; Larry Jagan, a South-East Asia specialist; and Justin Wintle, an historian and author of Perfect Hostage - Suu Kyi.