After an earthquake damages almost 200 temples in Bagan, The Irrawaddy speaks to Than Zaw Oo, director of Burma’s branch of the World Heritage Site Committee, about restoration plans.
Khin Zaw Oo, a government peace negotiator, speaks with Irrawaddy senior reporter Nyein Nyein about ongoing peace process negotiations with three ethnic armed groups.
The Irrawaddy speaks with the ambassador about Switzerland’s development assistance, its role in Burma’s peace process and growing trade relations.
The Irrawaddy talks with political analysts Than Soe Naing and Maung Maung Soe about Aung San Suu Kyi’s visit to China and her approach toward foreign policy.
Burma expert Bertil Lintner discusses Suu Kyi’s China visit with The The Irrawaddy.
A new sense of pragmatism from on all sides bodes well for the visit of Aung San Suu Kyi to China later this week, says Bangkok-based Asean affairs expert.
The Irrawaddy interviews Norway’s outgoing ambassador to Burma, Ms. Ann Ollestad, about her thoughts and her experience of working in the country.
Irrawaddy Burmese editor Ye Ni discusses the role of women journalists in Burma’s changing media landscape with VOA’s Eaint Khine Oo and Eleven Media’s Swe Mar Thein Lwin.
The Irrawaddy speaks with Saw Poe Kwar about his peace concert tour, his definition of peace and how he is going to plant ‘peace seeds’ in young people’s hearts.
Irrawaddy Burmese editor Thalun Zaung Htet talks with UMFCCI vice chairman Dr. Maung Maung Lay and business reporter Thit Nay Moe about the NLD’s new economic policy.
The Irrawaddy speaks with Win Myat Aye, Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement, on responding to Burma’s floods.
Human rights lawyer Aung Htoo speaks to The Irrawaddy about a bold blueprint for ethnic-based federalism, and the means of establishing equality in Burma.
The Irrawaddy’s Kyaw Hsu Mon speaks with Deputy Minister Maung Maung Win about the Ministry of National Planning and Finance’s challenges and responsibilities.
The Irrawaddy speaks with Khine Win from the Sandhi Governance Institute and political columnist Ko Ye Naing Moe about the new government’s 100-day plan.
The Irrawaddy speaks with former Information Minister Ye Htut and political commentator Yan Myo Thein about the role of permanent secretaries within the ministries.
The Irrawaddy speaks to Myanmar Press Council member Saya Kyi Min and lawyer Robert San Aung about a lawsuit brought against 7 Day newspaper by the military.
The Irrawaddy speaks with divisional lawmaker Nay Phone Latt and Irrawaddy senior reporter Kyaw Phyo Tha about the city’s lack of public space.
The Irrawaddy interviews Sabei Aung, chairwoman of Nature Dream Travel and Tours about her take on the current state of the travel industry.
Irrawaddy reporter Nyein Nyein talks to migrant rights advocate Htoo Chit at a market where Aung San Suu Kyi will meet migrant workers on Thursday.
The Irrawaddy talks with ethnic affairs reporters Lawi Weng and Saw Yan Naing about challenges facing the new government in the ongoing peace process.