US President Barack Obama will consult with Burma’s Daw Aung San Suu Kyi during her visit on Wednesday on whether to further ease US sanctions.
The Karen National Union has called on the Burma Army and the Border Guard Force to cease ongoing military activity in Karen State, saying that it could disrupt the peace process.
The Arakan National Party submits a proposal to withhold recognition from the new Arakan State Advisory Commission, which it is confident of winning.
Former members of the Arakan League for Democracy support a split from the Rakhine Nationalities Development Party, two years after merging to form the Arakan National Party.
A travel fair, a film festival, a fashion show, a literary talk, a wedding expo, an online poetry fair, and art exhibitions—all in Rangoon this week.
During her visit to Washington DC next week, the US Chamber of Commerce hosts a roundtable discussion, reception and dinner with Burma’s State Counselor.
The divisional government investigates a resort and culture park under construction on the famous Thaungthaman Lake after residents raise concerns over damage to culture and the en
A half-day meeting in Chiang Mai attended by the RCSS and TNP seeks to resolve an almost year-long conflict over territory in northern Shan State.
Villagers in Hlaingbwe Township are fleeing conflict between a DKBA splinter group and a joint force of the Burma Army and its allied Border Guard Force.
The majority of participants in a conference on the future of US-Burma relations are supporters of Burma’s previous quasi-civilian government.
A protest in Rangoon’s Bahan Township sees confrontations between firebrand nationalists and frustrated locals on Sunday.
Rangoon’s high-rise review committee approves the design of 43 buildings and recommends changes be made to the plans of 12 projects.
Photographer Myat Thu Kyaw reports being harassed by protesters while attempting to cover aggression at a nationalist rally in Rangoon’s Bahan Township.
The Irrawaddy briefs you on the week that was in the national legislature.
Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing warns the new advisory commission that proposed solutions to the conflict must win the ‘approval’ of the Buddhist Arakanese.