Newly elected lawmakers assumed their seats for the first time Monday in a Parliament many hope will stand for a more just and democratic political
As Aung San Suu Kyi prepares to lead a National League for Democracy-led government—at least “from above”—the country’s army chief is not sitting idly.
It remains to be seen whether the signing of a so-called nationwide ceasefire agreement this week can further a peace process still far from complete.
Government office building No. 37 in Naypyidaw was reportedly once at the center of plans for a Than Shwe-led council to oversee the country’s transition.
A look back at the legacy of the 2007 Saffron Uprising.
The close relationship between U Nu and Israel’s former PM David Ben-Gurion marked a high-point in Israel-Burma ties that have since been left to drift.
The infamous political purges of Burma’s junta-era were recalled on Wednesday night, as parliamentary speaker Shwe Mann was purged from the ruling party.
With Aung San Suu Kyi visiting China, this story from 2013 looks at the changing dynamics of Naypyidaw’s relationship with Beijing and the wider world.
Suu Kyi has taken on a variety of roles in decades past, but it’s the popular political figure—not the face of democracy—that Beijing wants to
Tensions between the Buddhist and Muslim communities in Rakhine State have long existed, stoked by a complex legacy dating back to British colonial rule.