The contributions of some of Burma’s leading female figures are highlighted in the final part of a series that ran for two weeks.
A group of Buddhist nationalists plan to protest the NLD’s selection of a Christian vice president, saying it is not the will of majority-Buddhist Burma.
Lawmakers voice support for fewer ministries in Burma’s incoming government, saying the proposal forwarded by President-elect Htin Kyaw would save billions of kyats annually.
An Aung San Suu Kyi led-coordination group for parliamentary development meets with several international organizations and embassies, the National League for Democracy chairperson’s
The incoming government’s failure to articulate a clear plan for the Myanmar Peace Center’s future has its staff pondering possible outcomes.
A long-time NLD member reflects on the incorrect labelling of the President-elect as a ‘former driver’ by both state-run and international media.
After several months of delays, restoration of Mandalay’s Golden Palace Monastery, one of the city’s ancient sites, resumes.
A statement by the FAO and the WFP reveals that rural communities in western Burma continue to face malnutrition and a loss of livelihoods after flooding.
Exiled Tibetans across India and overseas will vote on Sunday to elect a political leader to sustain their struggle for autonomy for Chinese-ruled Tibet.
China says it will push Burma’s new government to resume the controversial stalled dam project in Kachin State, saying the contract is still valid.
The families of two dead civilians from Mon State call for the Burma Army to charge a captain in its ranks with the murder.
With a proposed restructuring of ministerial protocol, another look at why Burma might be looking at a future Foreign Affairs Minister Aung San Suu Kyi.
Both signatories and non-signatories of Burma’s so-called nationwide ceasefire agreement have welcomed the country’s new president- and vice presidents-elect.
President-elect Htin Kyaw’s first major policy proposal would reduce the number of ministries in his incoming government from the current 36 down to 21.
At an upcoming meeting, the NLD central executive committee will decide whether to appoint one of its own party members as Arakan State’s chief minister.