The Irrawaddy speaks with President’s Office spokesperson U Zaw Htay about the government’s response to recent attacks in northern Arakan State.
The Irrawaddy’s Saw Yan Naing interviews Vivian Tan, the UNHCR’s spokesperson in Asia, about the returnees—including their hopes and their fears.
The chairman of the Zaykabar Group of Companies and formerly sanctioned businessman speaks to The Irrawaddy about new economic policies in Burma.
On this week’s Dateline, U Myint Kyaw and Daw Mon Mon Myat discuss reporting on the Maungdaw situation with The Irrawaddy’s Burmese editor Ye Ni.
U Thura Aung of the Myanmar Earthquake Committee says Rangoon lacks preparation to deal with an earthquake.
Writer Ma Thida discusses collective fears in present day Burma: how they manifest, how they cause harm, and how they must be faced.
On this week’s Dateline Irrawaddy U Maung Maung Soe and U Aung Thu Nyein discuss Burma’s peace process with The Irrawaddy’s Burmese editor Ye Ni.
Professor Desmond Ball, expert on military intelligence, Burma, Asia-Pacific security issues and nuclear strategy, died on Wednesday, October 12.
Irrawaddy Burmese editor Ye Ni talks to Ko Swe Win, chief report at Myanmar Now, about an investigative report he produced about the torture of two underage domestic workers in Ran
As Daw Aung San Suu Kyi visits the US, U Khine Win and Daw Yamin Myat Aye join Irrawaddy Burmese editor Ye Ni to discuss sanctions on Burma.
Better relations between the US and the Burmese military could be a good thing, says veteran Burma scholar.
The Irrawaddy asks Burma expert Bertil Lintner about the changing US-Burma relationship, as State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi visits the US this week.
The Irrawaddy reporter Saw Yan Naing speaks to Maj Saw San Aung about clashes between a DKBA splinter group and the Border Guard Force in Karen State.
The former information minister speaks to The Irrawaddy about his past experiences in government and views on the current administration.
Wave Money CEO Brad Jones talks to The Irrawaddy about the potential market in Burma’s underdeveloped mobile financial sector.