Questions and answers with Saw Myo Min Thu, executive director of Thabyay Education Foundation.
The former Thai diplomat tells The Irrawaddy that the next few months could be ‘game-changing’ for Myanmar, depending on how it handles developments in the strife-torn state.
U Set Aung said Myanmar's new deal with the SEZ's Chinese developer would include safeguards against a debt trap and that efforts to reform the overall economy were on track.
USDP spokesperson U Thein Tun Oo discusses the upcoming by-election, the peace process, his party’s efforts to enhance its image and the 2020 election.
This week, Dateline Irrawaddy discusses how the Central Bank of Myanmar should handle the weakening exchange rate and its effect on the country.
Chin National Front vice chairman Salai Lian Hmung says differing definitions of democracy and federalism are the key hurdles to implementing the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement.
Ethnic minorities should embrace, not reject, statues of the late general because it was because of him that they can push for federalism, an NLD spokesman said.
The Irrawaddy spoke with DICA Director U Aung Naing Oo about the main changes in store under the new law, foreign investment prospects and the business landscape heading forward.
Halfway through the government’s term, a Yangon lawmaker speaks with The Irrawaddy about ongoing friction between the regional government and Parliament.
The Irrawaddy discusses the main challenges in the ruling party’s battle against Myanmar’s entrenched culture of graft.
The Irrawaddy discusses the recent use of civilians in dispersing a peaceful protest.
The Irrawaddy discusses the latest developments in Myanmar's peace process and the obstacles impeding progress.
Karen community leader and family eeks out existence in forest after fleeing increased Tatmadaw presence in Ler Maw Plu
Party laying the groundwork for reform, remains committed to charter change, spokesman says.
A UN Security Council delegation visits northern Rakhine for the first time since military clearance operations forced 700,000 Rohingya to flee to Bangladesh.