Burma’s recently enacted investment law brings new opportunities for activists and lawyers to tackle human rights abuses, writes Daniel Aguirre.
Editorial and Opinion
Burma faces the challenge of negotiating with its giant neighbor over varied interests stretching from the Bay of Bengal to the Burma-China border.
Burma’s by-elections are the most telling sign for the ruling NLD party as to whether it still enjoys the popular support it received in the 2015 election.
It is time to stop living under the illusion that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and her government will match expectations and bring about concrete change.
The government was quick to take action against nationalists disrupting Muslim ceremonies, but more needs to be done so Ma Ba Tha is not resurrected.
A recent spate of bombings in the city reveals the real dangers to Rangoon’s residents—a lack of transparency and rule of law.
Are NLD party members meddling in the duties of the Union government?
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