On the anniversary of the reignition of the Kachin conflict in June 2011, The Irrawaddy traces the progression of military engagements and failed politics over the period.
Internal documents show up to 20,000 people may be relocated.
Part 5: Recovering Influence and Checking Rivals—China embarks on a mix of hard and soft power in its relations with Burma.
A legal adviser to The Voice Daily’s detained staff raises questions of the military plaintiffs’ influence in a court decision to refuse them bail.
They were being transferred from the 100-bed Myeik military hospital to the 1,000-bed Mingalardon military hospital in Rangoon for treatment.
Mandalay journalists gather in solidarity with two journalists from The Voice Daily who appeared in court for charges under Article 66(d) on the same day.
Environmentalists and locals oppose the plan to build high-rises on a river island.
Amid Burmese refugees in Canada voicing concerns over their country’s peace process, Canada’s Prime Minister Trudeau has announced $8.8 million in support.
The bodies of a woman, a man, and a child were found in the search for a military plane carrying 122 people from Myeik to Rangoon.
Part 4: Burma-US Relations, It’s Complicated—A dramatic policy shift is seen after 2011.
The Lower House agrees to discuss a proposal urging the Union govt to re-examine policies affecting nurses and midwives serving in public hospitals.
Military aircraft carrying 14 crew and 90 military staff and family members last seen 32 kilometers west of Dawei.
Tanai Township officials backed by police block journey to safety as residents report three civilians injured by artillery.
Short documentary on youth affected by conflict in troubled Arakan State fails to get approval for screening.
In the first few months of this year alone, more than 20 elephants have been killed for their skin, according to WWF.