Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and representatives from ceasefire signatory groups discuss the second round of the 21st Century Panglong peace conference.
The Shan State Army-North counters defense ministry claims they attacked Burma Army troops, saying their own bases were attacked.
A sunset boat party, classic car show, LGBT film festival and plenty of art exhibitions keep you busy in Rangoon this week.
The rice export volume declines this fiscal year due to flooding and a slowdown in demand from China.
‘I know that there was an investigation, and the investigation report has already been submitted to the Union government,’ says Dr. Aung Moe Nyo.
‘Our intention now is to solve this conflict peacefully through dialogue,’ says an NMSP spokesperson.
Hundreds of workers travel to Mandalay to protest with Panda Textile employees, filling the streets with their motorbikes.
Military’s South Western command files complaint over satirical drama on conflict with ethnic armed groups.
Protestors demand the government investigate the murder of schoolteacher U Aung Zin Tun and ensure safety of teachers in remote locations.
Diana Huynh explores the possibilities for Rangoon’s future development.
Yanghee Lee blames the Burma Army’s hold on the government for a potential backslide in human rights progress.
Some 135 representatives from 79 CSOs meet in Rangoon to discuss IDP support, and a more effective peace process.
The Constitutional Tribunal of the Union dismisses a proposal by 23 Upper House lawmakers to review the eligibility of two tribunal members.
For residents of Rangoon, this week was full of excitement, dissatisfaction, and frustration as the city embraced a new bus network.
China’s Special Envoy for Asian Affairs reportedly asks the Northern Alliance to deescalate fighting with the Burma Army in time for the holiday.