The Irrawaddy discusses the lack of public support for recent anti-government protests in Yangon and Mandalay.
The Irrawaddy interviews Sayadaw U Khaymar Nanda, also known as 8888 Sayadaw, in commemoration of the 29th anniversary of the pro-democracy uprising.
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses a recent string of cases involving the abuse of young housemaids.
IT adviser and data journalism trainer Ko Yan Naung Oak tells The Irrawaddy why data is journalists’ greatest tool.
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses developments in Shan and Kachin states and their impacts on the peace process.
The Irrawaddy discusses Myanmar’s civil-military relations with the executive director of the Tagaung Institute of Political Studies.
The Irrawaddy speaks with the columnist charged—and then released—under Article 66(d) about his arrest, self-censorship, and current writing.
U Sein Win’s resignation from NLD will allow him to speak with farmers more freely, he says.
The Irrawaddy interviews the grandsons of two martyrs who were assassinated 70 years ago and asks what Myanmar leaders should learn from them today.
Renewable energy expert Hans-Josef Fell discusses how Myanmar can develop its energy plan.
The Irrawaddy discusses the new proposed draft of the Telecommunications Law, the controversial Article 66(d) and recent arrests of journalists.
Myanmar Press Council must stand with reporters if they are to escape unlawful association charges, says Media Law consultant U Khin Maung Myint.
Govt spokesperson says Rakhine State Advisory Commission protects the govt from international allegations of human rights abuses.
The Irrawaddy discusses the dangers facing NLD members, including arrogance and exploitation.
The Irrawaddy talks to Lawi Weng’s fiancé about her requests for his release, and her plans for their wedding and future together.