Despite having won three elections, the country’s most popular party continues to suffer the persecution it has experienced since its earliest days at the hands of the military.
Regime troops raided and burned down the village in Sagaing Region twice after the relatives of a local policewoman were murdered.
Singaporean Noeleen Heyzer established a working relationship with the previous military regime, and later with its proxy government, as head of ESCAP.
While foreign capitals uselessly call for peace, the regime’s atrocities worsen by the day, only serving to justify the National Unity Government’s call to arms.
The soon-to-be departing Christine Schraner Burgener has admitted for the first time that the junta has no interest in talking or a peaceful solution to Myanmar’s crisis.
Those of us who live in hiding do so in order to survive; not for ourselves, but so we can continue doing our part to rid the country of dictatorship once and for all.
Tokyo appears to be distancing itself from ex-politician Hideo Watanabe, whose reported friendship with Min Aung Hlaing has done little to rein in his regime’s abuses.
Ethnic armed organizations say they don’t believe that the Myanmar military will abide by any ceasefire.
Reports that the junta’s crackdown on political foes has diverted resources from drug interdiction recycle old fallacies about the narcotics trade in Myanmar.
The shadow government said ASEAN should have called for an end to civilian arrests and an assurance its special envoy could meet with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
The 85-year-old, who worked closely with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi during the founding of the National League for Democracy, died of old age.
Military regime is targeting prominent National League for Democracy officials and members as it tries to destroy the party before the next election is held.
Due to its human rights violations and illegitimacy, the SAC cannot mobilize the resources, domestically or internationally, needed to restore economic fundamentals.
Speaking in Singapore, she called on Southeast Asian countries to join Washington in backing efforts to return Myanmar to ‘path of democracy’.
Bangkok needs to shape up its policy toward Washington, but the US ignores Thailand at its peril.