Relatives of the four executed democracy activists recall their last meetings and share their emotions after the hangings.
Daw Khin Win Tin, mother of executed democracy activist Ko Phyo Zeya Thaw, says she is proud of her son’s sacrifice.
Major Saw Win Myint of the attack on the Ukayit Hta outpost near the Thai border says hundreds of regime troops have been killed.
Veteran journalist Bertil Lintner talks to The Irrawaddy about China’s goals in Myanmar, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s future role and how the military might be defeated.
Ye Myo Hein, author of a recent report on Myanmar’s armed rebellion, said the resistance needs a stronger chain of command and more weapons.
Janes’ Anthony Davis says Myanmar’s highly motivated PDFs have taken their resistance against an arrogant and ineffective Myanmar military into a crucial second phase.
Khun Be Du, KNDF leader and an NUG deputy minister, talks to The Irrawaddy about the success of the resistance movement in Kayah State and the prospects for a federal democratic un
Myanmar Royal Dragon Army leader Bo Nagar says the civilian National Unity Government must arm his revolutionaries.
Acting President of the National Unity Government Duwa Lashi La speaks to The Irrawaddy about what the people’s government has achieved since it was formed.
Veteran journalist Bertil Lintner talks to Irrawaddy editor-in-chief Aung Zaw about why Myanmar’s official peace process has been a non-starter from the outset.
U Naing Htoo Aung from the NUG’s Ministry of Defense speaks to The Irrawaddy about how the NUG will accelerate resistance to the regime in the near future.
Ex-US envoy Scot Marciel argues that the military has left no room for real negotiation; he also says Bangkok and Washington should cooperate to help refugees.
NUG federal affairs minister and vice-chairman of the Chin National Front Dr. Salai Lian Hmung discusses why Myanmar junta can’t be trusted.
The civilian humanitarian relief minister, Dr. Win Myat Aye, tells The Irrawaddy how his ministry is helping hundreds of thousands of those displaced by junta atrocities.
Legal advisor U Khin Maung Myint says the new law will heavily overstretch the police.