The Irrawaddy talks with student leaders—past and present—about the ‘inextricable’ link between the legalization of student unions and the historic site.
Dateline Irrawaddy talks with political observers about their ideal government for Myanmar and the concept of a national unity government.
The Irrawaddy explores whether the USDP’s repeated failures at the polls will move the Tatmadaw into a new era with the governing NLD.
The Irrawaddy discusses the issue with the executive director of the Myanmar Institute for Peace and Security in search of an answer.
The Irrawaddy talks with representatives of the Arakan National Party and Chin National League for Democracy in search of answers.
The Irrawaddy talks with two candidates in their 20s about what motivates their candidacies and what unique challenges they are encountering in their campaigns.
The Irrawaddy talks with two members of the Gender Equality Network on the topic of female involvement in politics.
The Irrawaddy talks with two journalists who are members of the Myanmar Press Council to assess the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on the private media sector.
The Irrawaddy talks with a representative of the Confederation of Trade Unions about factory closings, diminished salaries and COVID-19.
The Irrawaddy talks with U Sai Ye Kyaw Swar Myint of the People’s Alliance for Credible Elections about the possibility of a pandemic postponement of the November vote.