Ceasefire cannot cover Rakhine as threat remains from ARSA and ‘insurgent’ attacks by AA on police, senior Army officers say
"If they want to destroy our land [Rakhine State], we should destroy their [the Bamars’] land. If they offer peace, we will welcome it as warmly as we can," said Tun Myat Naing.
These women played key roles in the popular uprising 30 years ago or have carried on the pro-democracy movement it helped inspire.
The Irrawaddy discusses what measures the NLD govt should take to improve its efforts to fight corruption within its ranks.
The collision between federalization and unification has become the classic characteristic of Myanmar's modern politics.