Sai Leik of the Shan Nationalities League for Democracy tells The Irrawaddy that the new election law ensures the military-proxy’s party can form a government.
Padoh Saw Taw Nee of the Karen National Union says the revolution has strengthened as people become one flesh and blood due to junta atrocities.
Former US ambassador to Myanmar Scot Marciel talks to The Irrawaddy about international efforts to support the anti-junta resistance in Myanmar, among other topics.
U Nay San Lwin, co-founder of the Free Rohingya Coalition, talks to The Irrawaddy about the Spring Revolution and the current situation in Rakhine State.
If US President Joe Biden signs the act into law, it will strengthen the revolution and help it succeed.
Shan Nationalities Democratic Party chairman Sai Aik Pao says he hopes for success in the junta’s election planned for next year, like in the 2010 poll.
Daw Zin Mar Aung, the National Unity Government’s foreign minister, talks to The Irrawaddy about how ASEAN and the UN must do more to pressure the military regime.
Bo Letyar, a resistance commander in Myaing Township, says residents offer him growing, unwavering support while the regime’s troops increasingly avoid battles.
A defense professor and a Myanmar Air Force defector analyze the regime’s rising strategy of indiscriminate air attacks on civilian targets.
Vero Nika, the world’s number one female bantamweight Muay Thai fighter, talks to The Irrawaddy from exile in Thailand.
Lt Col Saw Yan Naing of the Karen Liberation Army tells The Irrawaddy why the town in Karen State was attacked last week.
China specialist Dr. Hla Kyaw Zaw says Myanmar’s resistance groups must never stop engaging with Beijing.
Democratic Party for a New Society chairman U Aung Moe Zaw said the junta is trying to climb on the international stage through the ladder of an election.
State Department Counselor Derek Chollet called for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s release and condemned the ‘growing authoritarian partnership between Moscow and the junta’.
Miss Grand International Myanmar 2020 Han Lay tells The Irrawaddy that being targeted by the regime has strengthened her convictions.