U Htin Kyaw performed his ceremonial role competently; his successor should be given latitude to address the country’s problems
24 The News For 24 March 2018
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
Despite the barriers placed in their way, women have always been a source of national strength
Local campaigns like ‘Press for Progress’ and ‘It’s Not OK’ deserve our support.
Matthew J Walton looks at Ma Ba Tha’s persistence in the light of criticisms of Myanmar’s monastic authorities.
The question facing our leaders should no longer be if, but when, terrorists will strike
For a comprehensive solution to the crisis in Rakhine State, ARSA must face international pressure to end its violent ways.
Women's rights advocates are calling for legislation that better protects vulnerable women from rape — even the death penalty.
A look at the decisions behind the power shift in the ethnic blocs as the peace process continues.
Stereotyping the views of the country’s Buddhist community only weakens progressive efforts at reform and strengthens the nationalists’ cause.
With the majority of members having signed the ceasefire agreement, the UNFC may dissolve and be consigned to a relic of history.
The collision between federalization and unification has become the classic characteristic of Myanmar's modern politics.
The govt and the Tatmadaw should heed the outcries of displaced people and show the courage and magnanimity to accept their demands and respond suitably.
Washington’s self-serving, shortsighted stance toward the Tatmadaw is reaching its inevitable conclusion
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A nation cursed by the legacy of colonialism