The ruling party may be able to chip away at the military's proxies and business interests. But tinkering with its constitutional privileges may prove a step too far.
25 The News For 25 March 2019
The public has endured three years of incompetence and lack of accountability from their state and regional leaders.
Declaring a state of emergency or inserting more troops will not solve the root causes of the conflict.
Trust between ethnic groups is breaking down, monasteries have become IPD camps and people are being forced to join ethnic armies.
The NLD had no choice but to force the military to engage with constitutional reform in Parliament
A closer look at the facts and figures behind expanding China-owned tissue culture banana plantations causing havoc for locals and lawmakers in Kachin State.
If we want #BalanceforBetter in the peace process, then let’s amplify powerful female voices, give them a platform, a seat at the table. All of Myanmar will benefit.
The government and military have been blaming Myanmar's drug trade on their most hated enemies for a long time. The UNODC should get wise to the ruse or continue to be their tool.
The state-level steering committee must answer questions on the Chinese contractor’s qualifications, eventual ownership of the huge project and many other issues.
Estranged from his former Army colleagues, and with his partnership with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi showing signs of strain, the retired general seems to be out in the cold.
Formerly sanctioned by the World Bank, China Communications Construction Company is accused of corruption, bribery, environmental degradation and causing public unrest abroad.
American political scientist Francis Fukuyama said in an interview that the rise of identity politics was "an unhealthy situation for democracy to be in when people line themselves
Three ex-regional chief ministers of Myanmar’s former ruling party who were found to have plundered development funds are still party members.
A press conference on Saturday heard the military saying they would step back from politics when there are no ethnic armed groups and the country is in peace.
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