With falling military sales to China, Russia now sees Myanmar as a gateway to the lucrative Southeast Asian market, writes Ko Ye.
Conservationists hope that ecotourism might be the answer to protecting traditional fisheries and the dolphins they partner with.
Ko Htwe describes ethnic media’s response to constraints on the press in Burma.
On the sixth anniversary of renewed civil war between the Kachin Independence Army and the Burma Army, Joe Kumbun explores the plight of IDPs.
Yebaw Htun Lin of the Communist Party of Burma passed away recently in Thailand.
Local journalists say the NLD government has failed to create an environment where independent media can practice their professions freely and ethically.
Kyaw Kyaw Thein discusses to what extent the country’s media landscape has improved.
Bo Kyi discusses the worrying increase in the use of Article 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law over the past year.
The American Civil War can offer insights into Burma’s current situation and the future of its armed forces, writes Khin Zaw Win.
Wa statehood, the NCA, ethnic alliances and a fortified Wa army must be addressed in govt peace talks where the UWSA are included, writes Joe Kumbun.
Five years after being displaced by violence in Arakan State, Kaman Muslim IDPs air concerns over rights and resettlement.
Kyaw Sit Naing describes the difficulties of entrepreneurship in Myanmar.
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.