The Irrawaddy discusses challenges facing ethnic nationality media outlets, including safety, exile, and a lack of infrastructure and support.
Director of Euro-Burma Office tells The Irrawaddy what he believes was behind his recently denied visa.
Facing a 10-year sentence in Oh Bo prison on drug charges, 19-year-old Ma Shun Lae Wai Kyaw dreams of studying economics at university.
Ma May Sabe Phyu shares her ambitions for a more equal Myanmar on the eve of her sabbatical in the US.
A member of the humanitarian group Free Burma Rangers reports on a recent trip to Mosul, Iraq.
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses the increasing use of the controversial Article 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law.
Recipient of the Citizen of Burma Award, Sayadaw U Nayaka, speaks to The Irrawaddy about his monastic school’s struggles and successes.
Six years after the ceasefire between the Kachin Independence Army and Burma Army broke down, KIA’s Lamai Gum Ja explains his group’s new approach to the peace process.
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses the outcome of the 21st Century Panglong peace conference, the Union Accord, and the right of secession.
United Wa State Army representative tells The Irrawaddy of China’s role in facilitating northern groups’ attendance at the Union Peace Conference in Naypyidaw.
As the Union Peace Conference kicks off, govt spokesperson says he regrets UNFC absence but asserts that all groups will have their say.
This week, the Irrawaddy discusses peace process progress, setbacks, and the 21st Century Panglong Peace Conference.
CEO of local cab-hailing app Oway Ride says govt needs to implement policies to improve cars, train drivers, and introduce standard rates.
Ma Hla Hla Win, a former educator and cofounder of non-profit education technology social enterprise 360°ed, talks to The Irrawaddy.
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses the misappropriation of regional development funds under the former government and the lack of legal action. By The Irrawaddy