Five years after being displaced by violence in Arakan State, Kaman Muslim IDPs air concerns over rights and resettlement.
27 The News For 27 May 2017
Kyaw Sit Naing describes the difficulties of entrepreneurship in Myanmar.
Burma’s recently enacted investment law brings new opportunities for activists and lawyers to tackle human rights abuses, writes Daniel Aguirre.
Stephen Weedon discusses the state of Myanmar’s insurance industry.
Phyu Phyu Thin Zaw discusses what is missing in the education reform process.
Sweden is and will continue to be a strong voice that stands up for, defends and promotes human rights, democracy and rule of law – in Myanmar and elsewhere.
The IFC considers supporting a cement factory project with ties to Aik Htun, who is connected to previously blacklisted Asia Wealth Bank.
Burmese students and social media users have been targeted for satire and peaceful criticism.
In southern Arakan State, community projects appear to stem the loss of mangrove forests, but local environmentalists say active govt support is needed.
Burma faces the challenge of negotiating with its giant neighbor over varied interests stretching from the Bay of Bengal to the Burma-China border.
Angshuman Choudhury considers the implications of the disintegration of the UNFC.
Dr. Ashley South describes the rich textures of life in the Karen communities of the Sittaung valley.
Like elsewhere in Burma, wild elephants in Bago Yoma have been increasingly targeted by poachers and law enforcement authorities struggle to respond.
Sai Latt challenges conventional wisdom on Myanmar’s political divides.
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