Aye Thiri Kyaw asks why sexual violence is so prevalent in Myanmar.
As the mandate of the Kofi Annan-led delegation comes to an end, The Irrawaddy looks back on its recommendations and challenges.
Govt investigator hopes ‘situation can continue like this.’
A book on Myanmar contemporary art was recently republished in English, almost nine years after the initial censored version was printed in Burmese.
A Yangon court examines the 20th witness in the murder trial: U Ko Ni’s eldest daughter.
Amid ongoing conflict, Stella Naw calls for a national identity based on shared values and mutual respect.
State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi meets with military leaders to discuss the terminology to describe acts of violence in the region.
Signs U Tay Za is returning to the international business community after his removal from US sanctions list.
U Aung Naing Oo continues his efforts to end years of armed conflict in his recent appointment.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi praises ‘leader in the struggle for democracy’ at service in Yangon.
AirAsia announces plans to train between 5,000 and 10,000 frontline staff.
Once a thriving industry in the Mon State village of Mudoon, these days only two families continue a long tradition of producing writing slate.
U Zaw Htay says the formation of paramilitary forces is ‘not the policy of the government.’
A lawmaker requests that the military give Hlaing Township unused land in exchange for a stadium that it has rejected returning to the public.
‘This is about freedom—a flower in the wild and in the wind. So, I didn’t even frame this painting,’ says artist Triangle Tun Naing of his work.