The journalist, who spent decades reporting on the excesses of the military junta in Myanmar, explains what the refugee crisis means for India and the region.
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Ultranationalist monk tells The Irrawaddy Buddhists will take to the streets if govt tries to implement Annan report
Pro-democracy activist Ko Mya Aye questions the political parties' broad policy of establishing democracy and federalism.
This week, political analyst Dr. Yan Myo Thein discusses Myanmar turn to China amid growing international pressure over Rakhine issue.
NLD women’s committee chair targets more female lawmakers in 2020.
‘Don’t even think about development without electricity,’ says the Karen State minister.
‘We ensure that not only are we constantly innovating but innovating in a relevant manner,’ says Viber’s head of business development for Southeast Asia.
Arakan Army spokesman says Myanmar Army has stepped up offensives in areas it controls, accuses troops of posing as AA fighters to poach cattle.
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses the prevalence of sexual exploitation in connection with religiosity after a high-profile case last month.
Tony Wheeler discusses his experiences in the country over the decades.
New Mon State Party vice chairman Nai Hong Sar discusses the ongoing peace process and ceasefire negotiations with The Irrawaddy’s Lawi Weng.
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses how the government and military should react to any coming sanctions on the Myanmar Army over the Rakhine crisis.
Although he worked as a policeman and a lawyer, Maung Maung’s real passion is record collecting.
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses how international sanctions on the Myanmar Army over Rakhine State could upset democratization.
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Karen Minister Envisions Development Through Coal Power
Myanmar’s Gramophone Record Collector
Myanmar Illustrator on Inspirations, Humor and Storytelling
Changing The Lives of Displaced Children
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AA Chief Urges Arakanese Not to Fall into Army Trap in Rakhine
Police Hunt for Triple-murder Suspect in Irrawaddy’s Myaungmya
USDP Tries to Regain Public Trust Through Constructive Criticism of NLD
Stakeholders Call for Economy to be Top Priority