‘We are not terrorists or insurgents as long as our ethnic Kachin people and all the local people do not consider us as terrorists.’
‘The World of Women Myanmar’ author Carin Salerno explains the importance of sharing stories by women from diverse ethnic and professional backgrounds.
The outspoken MP voices dissatisfaction with the NLD government’s performance and defends Arakanese nationalism.
On this week’s Dateline, Ye Ni speaks with U Khin Maung Soe and U Swe Win to discuss reforms in the media sector in 2016.
The Irrawaddy invites businessmen to discuss the rising exchange rate of the US dollar in Burma’s financial market.
The Irrawaddy speaks with Telenor’s Burma CEO to gain some insight into the industry’s current state and Telenor’s plans for next year.
In this interview with The Irrawaddy’s founding editor-in-chief Aung Zaw, Leon de Riedmatten talks about prospects for genuine peace in the country going forward.
The Irrawaddy sits down with the film’s director to discuss her inspiration and how she challenged India’s gender stereotypes.
The Irrawaddy speaks to the UNFC vice chairman about the impact of clashes between the Northern Alliance and the Burma Army on the peace process.
The Irrawaddy revisits this interview with Arakan history expert Dr. Jacques P Leider about the ongoing strife between ethnic groups in the region.
The Irrawaddy’s Kyaw Kha discusses with rights advocates what actions should be taken in cases of child rape now in the spotlight in Burma.
The Irrawaddy interviews the Ministry of Health and Sports deputy director general about donated cars left to rust in a hospital compound.
The Irrawaddy discusses escalating violence and the prospect for peace with guests U Maung Maung Soe and Ko Moe Thway.
The Irrawaddy interviews TNLA spokesperson Col Tar Bong Kyaw about the joint offensive launched in Shan State by the TNLA, KIA, MNDAA and AA.
On this week’s Dateline, Ye Ni speaks with U Nyein Chan Aye and Daw Thin Thin Thar about a recent media scandal: the lawsuit against Eleven Media.