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.
General N’Ban La said the country has evaded peace because stakeholders have been chasing the desirable instead of the possible.
Achieving gender equality requires a long-term commitment from all areas of society. Four Nordic diplomats share the lessons their countries have learned in this area.
In withstanding her fall from grace on the international stage, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has proven her calling to politics.
Contributor Bertil Lintner knew intimately the ruling National League for Democracy’s top legal advisor and his plan to enact a more democratic constitution.
Knee-jerk responses and official narratives will never provide lasting solutions.
As Bangladesh and Myanmar prepare to repatriate hundreds of thousands of refugees, the cross-border trafficking of drugs and people is putting their plans at risk.
For all the darkness that prison life brought, it never extinguished San Zaw Htway’s inner light.
Shan leader Sai Nyunt Lwin asks why a government packed with former political prisoners has failed to release any of the roughly 100 political prisoners still behind bars.
Myanmar responds to mounting international criticism over its treatment of the Rohingya Muslims.
Moegyo challenges the role of development/assistance in ethnic areas and provides recommendations for vetting.
Women hoping to serve their communities as administrators face strong societal discrimination and barriers.