Former KNU vice chairperson Naw Zipporah Sein’s experiences tell her that women are the unwilling victims of war—and the key to peace.
The Union government orders the former ruling party to return more than 3 billion kyats that went missing under the previous divisional government.
Four student union members detained after protesting draconian rules at Sagaing Teacher Training College.
Police are investigating those involved in the local production of a pornographic movie, reportedly the first to be promoted and sold online in Burma.
A Mon woman who was taken as a teenager and endured two forced marriages in China is one of many trafficking victims taken from Burma.
Senior reporter Saw Yan Naing interviews Padoh Naw Zipporah Sein about the KNU election, newly-elected leaders and the peace process.
The ‘Finding Home’ app effectively takes over one’s phone by recreating the mobile operating system of a Rohingya girl.
U Nu once famously described China and Burma as ‘the elephant and the lamb,’ and feared a Chinese invasion in the early 1950s.
The charity will be officially launched in May, on the one-month anniversary of Michael’s death.
In this August 2011 story, The Irrawaddy explored the long history of support from Germany and its companies for Burma’s notorious military regimes.
Investment group plans tourism and pharmaceutical ventures; domestic investors focus on property; opportunities seen in Burma’s health market.
U Kyaw Win’s story of an exiled life, rooted in Burma, linked to India, and lived out in the USA and across the globe.
A Kyauktada Township judge rejects the defamation charge against Myanmar Now’s chief editor Ko Swe Win.
A diplomatic dossier from the South Korean government indicates suspicions that the daughter of a Burmese judge was killed in revenge by Pyongyang.
Politicians and activists attend a commemoration in Rangoon honoring the democracy champion and writer U Win Tin.