The United Wa State Army recently weighed in on Burma’s process as never before, but what part will it really play, asks Lawi Weng.
Editorial and Opinion
U Ko Ni was a fearless fighter who spoke up for his views, and he was a strong force in the democratic movement.
The government was quick to take action against nationalists disrupting Muslim ceremonies, but more needs to be done so Ma Ba Tha is not resurrected.
A recent spate of bombings in the city reveals the real dangers to Rangoon’s residents—a lack of transparency and rule of law.
Are NLD party members meddling in the duties of the Union government?
Many Burmese feel New Delhi’s engagement lags behind Beijing’s—in the geopolitical game, China is ahead of India in Burma.
By pressuring victims of abuse to negotiate financial settlements rather than push for legal action, the MNHRC fails to protect the fundamental rights of Burma’s citizens.
Burmese citizens wish the new administration considerable success, following a sluggish first 100 days.
Since the early 1990s, crony-run companies have exploited the country’s resources and made away with funds from govt coffers, leaving the people in poverty.
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