The US imposed sanctions on a China-based tech firm, its N. Korean CEO and a Russian subsidiary, accusing them of moving illicit funding to N. Korea in violation of US sanctions.
Bidhayak Das looks at whether the current framework agreement will hold through the finalization of a Naga peace deal.
"Today, the opportunity presents itself for talks," said NMSP Vice Chairman Nai Hong Sar. "I want us to try to make the best use of that opportunity."
TNLA, Arakan Army, MNDAA meet government negotiators for trust-building talks, participant says.
Ethnic signatories to the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement will review the current political landscape and the peace process.
The Federal Political Negotiation and Consultative Committee donated more than 400 million kyats to Myanmar flood victims through the National Reconciliation and Peace Center.
On Sunday, the US Embassy in Dhaka posted a statement criticizing the violent police response to student protests calling for changes to transport laws.
The ex-candidates, whose election victories were denied by the military, vow to deliver major constitutional reform with their allies.
North Korea accused the US of going back on its word after the US urged Southeast Asian nations to maintain sanctions on North Korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons program.
The failure of the 1988 uprising points to the challenges Myanmar faced then, and still faces today.
Burma’s democracy movement needs some serious soul searching if it wants to secure its aims.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement that Sunday's vote "failed to represent the will of the Cambodian people."
Peace Commission’s ambitious ‘Business for Peace’ initiative calls for armed ethnic groups to establish public companies
Records show the army chief's wife held shares in a Cayman Islands company set up to own her Cambodian coal mine. The army chief is now running for public office.
Secretary of Peace Commission says agency will visit northeast of country to discuss ethnic group’s reservations.