Daw Aung San Suu Kyi will be forced to rely more and more on China.
26 The News For 26 September 2017
Aileen Thomson reflects on commemorations of the pro-democracy struggle.
The success of Myanmar’s peace process hinges on how the govt, military, and ethnic armed organizations address the root causes of conflict collectively.
An anniversary is a time to address the present and look to the future, writes Scot Marciel, the US Ambassador to Myanmar.
While the international community lambasts the State Counselor, observers should look closer at the group that sparked the latest bout of Rakhine violence, writes Mon Mon Myat.
Today, public support for the State Counselor is strong domestically, a change from previous months in which critics questioned her govt’s direction.
Tin Maung Htoo argues that despite international criticism of the state counselor, she is still the country’s best hope for peace and progress.
Arakanese political commentator Aung Myo Oo contemplates why ethnic Arakanese in Rakhine harbor animosity against aid organizations.
As Rakhine State reels from recent violence, India debates whether to deport the self-identified Rohingya who have migrated there over the years.
With a lack of reliable information and tension on both sides, immediate access for a credible, international organization to the region is necessary.
If the intl community wants to see a stable Myanmar, it needs to help the govt halt the violence in Rakhine and implement Kofi Annan’s recommendations.
Joe Kumbun asks why the UNFC is showing willingness to sign the NCA.
National security should mean acting to protect the life and property of all those living in the country, writes Aung Myo Min.
Reshmi Banerjee gives an overview of climate change-related risks for Myanmar.
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Memory of Sacrifice: Memory, Justice and the Saffron Revolution
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Marking 70 Years of US-Myanmar Relations
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Tough Choices Ahead to Prevent ‘Black Friday,’ Achieve Stability in Rakhine
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The Failed UN Mission in Myanmar
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