Proposals elucidated by the Union government at peace talks in Chiang Mai on Monday offer little that’s new in terms of ideas for moving Myanmar’s peace process forward.
Ethnic alliance’s attacks in areas crucial to the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor raise doubts about the two countries’ ‘peace will follow development’ strategy.
Deadly attacks in townships in Mandalay Region and Shan State on Thursday morning portend ill for the future of peace negotiations in Myanmar.
Ten major projects currently planned with powerful neighboring countries promise to address Myanmar’s infrastructure needs, but have the social, environmental and other costs been
A reluctance to engage with or listen to the wishes of ethnic communities and political parties mean the NLD will be more contested than ever in the upcoming election.
Myanmar’s second biggest city in a strategic BRI location to have CCTV and AI technology from the Chinese company internationally accused of data theft and spying.
Maj-Gen. Htun Myat Naing denies links to ARSA, says he doesn’t underestimate the abilities of the Tatmadaw. He welcomes China’s role as peace broker, and foreign investment if it
Despite the Northern Alliance’s policy of assisting members who come under attack, opposition from China and the UWSA make this unlikely.
Lawmakers cited a high number of complaints transferred to other governments bodies, soft sentencing and military impunity as key weaknesses to fighting corruption.
Chiang Mai summit of NCA signatories considers scrapping its Steering Team
Hong Liang will be remembered for his aggressive efforts on behalf of China’s infrastructure, security goals.
The State Counselor agreed to nine deliverables—including three bilateral agreements—on behalf of the Myanmar government at the recent Belt and Road Forum in Beijing.
Here are the major milestones in the evolution of the controversial Chinese-backed hydropower project, and a who’s who of those behind it.
Government urged to strengthen legal protections and enhance transparency before committing to further China-backed projects
Trust between ethnic groups is breaking down, monasteries have become IPD camps and people are being forced to join ethnic armies.