Rethinking the financial basis of the project could keep the strategically vital deep-sea port from falling into China’s debt trap.
Editorial and Opinion
Executive power in Myanmar is divided between the civilian government and armed forces. As many political observers put it, there are two lions sharing a cave. But which is king?
Prospects for peace are fading and the latest escalation in fighting is a sign that ethnic armed groups are losing faith in negotiations with the government and military.
The Home Affairs Ministry must explain why civilian thugs were allowed to attack a peaceful demonstration in Yangon
Facebook can no longer turn a blind eye to the misuse of its network. Otherwise, it will be accused of being complicit in Myanmar's ongoing crisis.
If he is to fulfill his pledge to the people, U Htin Kyaw’s administration may need to come up with some better implementation strategies
Ethnic minorities closely watch how the govt handles the fallout of a deadly police crackdown.
The people of Myanmar need not only a clean government but effective ministries with the right people in the right places to move the country forward.
As we reflect on 70 years of independence, we can see that the origins of many of the nation’s most persistent problems – ethnic division, conflict and a lack of democracy – date
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