Is the Thai government prepared for the number of people who are likely to cross the border, or their particular needs versus those of earlier arrivals?
In honor of late political prisoner Ma Noble Aye, who was reportedly killed in detention by junta troops in Bago Region’s Waw Township early this month, The Irrawaddy revisits an...
Min Aung Hlaing’s crumbling military believes it can force the nation’s youth to fight a war against their own people. The regime is clearly clutching at straws.
What does the legislation entail, and why is the junta implementing it for the first time since its promulgation 65 years ago?
The proposed involvement of the Red Cross and ASEAN’s aid center leaves the ‘humanitarian corridor’ plan open to manipulation by the junta.
A recent spate of junta atrocities against resistance detainees and civilians has shed light on the increasing depravity of the regime’s forces.
For all the calls for peace from Beijing, Myanmar’s loss of stability is China’s gain.
The third anniversary of the military coup should not overshadow the fact that the world’s oldest revolutionary group, the KNU, turned 75 on Jan. 31
The Irrawaddy unpacks the regime’s three-year track record of violence and rights abuses, as assessed by leading global organizations and indices.
Min Aung Hlaing has delivered nothing but failure, and a titanic statue, since ousting a civilian government three years ago. He rules a diminished union.