Even as the people of Nagaland await, believing that a solution to the decades-old conflict in the Naga hills is around the corner, the Indian government maybe be forced to do a re
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Bo Kyi of the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners writes of the need to address Myanmar’s mental health epidemic.
Remittances remain hugely important to developing economies, and the Asia-Pacific region is the biggest receiver of remittances worldwide.
Rethinking the financial basis of the project could keep the strategically vital deep-sea port from falling into China’s debt trap.
Attack on Indian security post days after minister’s visit points to need for real engagement with all parties.
Executive power in Myanmar is divided between the civilian government and armed forces. As many political observers put it, there are two lions sharing a cave. But which is king?
Beijing urges government not to sign MOU in bid to lure Myanmar away from the West
In what appears to be the final countdown to the signing of the Naga peace accord, there are hopes that the finalization of the accord will bring an end to the longest-running insurgency
Mandate to rule is being eroded by inaction over humanitarian emergency in the north
UWSA and KIA’s arms factories seen as a model by smaller ethnic armies.
Prospects for peace are fading and the latest escalation in fighting is a sign that ethnic armed groups are losing faith in negotiations with the government and military.
The Home Affairs Ministry must explain why civilian thugs were allowed to attack a peaceful demonstration in Yangon
Amid growing militarization, ethnic groups, peace negotiators and other stakeholders say the process no longer fosters open discussion
UN Security Council delegates in Myanmar this week should have spared a thought — and a word — for the thousands displaced by a recent outbreak of fighting in Kachin State.
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In its Final Leg, Naga Peace Accord Comes with More Questions than Answers
Rohingya Crisis is Just the Tip of a Dark Iceberg
A New Business Sense Helps Bind the Ties Among Northern Alliance Members
The Need for Mental Health Care in Myanmar
Why We Need to Recognize Migrant Domestic Workers’ Contribution to Our Economies
On Nagaland, New Delhi Must Move Beyond Window Dressing
Government Fails Basic Test of Democracy with Silence over Kachin Crisis
Is Kyaukphyu in Danger of Slipping Out of Our Hands?
Is the President Truly Above the Commander-in-Chief?
Myanmar’s Failing Peace
Police Incompetence on Full Display at Anti-War Protest