Amid ongoing conflict, Stella Naw calls for a national identity based on shared values and mutual respect.
18 The News For 18 August 2017
The image of Myanmar’s State Counselor among Western democrats as a democracy hero has been sullied.
Straddling the Myanmar-India border, the Naga face a battle for sovereignty on two fronts.
Four ex-army men moved the NLD forward while former military regimes attempted to suppress the party.
Shine Zaw-Aung reviews statistics on gender inequality.
Placing too much trust in the momentum of a peace process mediated by China may be misleading, writes Joe Kumbun.
May Thu Khine adds to the discussion on gender equality in Myanmar.
Brandon Aung Moe challenges the notion of the disempowered Burmese woman.
A series of high-profile meetings reveals Beijing’s growing influence in the Southeast Asian nation.
Matthew Smith and Amy Smith of Fortify Rights respond to a debate over graphic footage disseminated in May.
Analyst Joe Kumbun considers the evidence for Myanmar Army’s possible bid to destroy all non-state armed organizations.
The Stilwell Road covers 1,736 kilometers from India’s Assam to China’s Yunnan, through northern Myanmar.
Yaw Bawm Mangshang analyzes reporting on ethnic conflict, finding problem with words like ‘autonomy’ and ‘separatist.’
By removing occupying Tatmadaw troops from ethnic regions, the source of conflict is removed, writes Edith Mirante.
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