A farmer group hopes its “safe food” pilot can introduce the benefits of organic produce to Myanmar’s consumers.
With India intent on reducing its reliance on China, Taiwan can help bridge the commercial and technological breach resulting from souring New Delhi-Beijing ties.
Joe Biden has to work to rebuild Barack Obama’s relationship with Asean after four years of neglect, argues political commentator Kavi Chongkittavorn.
A strategic partnership between the two countries could reduce the impact of communist China’s footprint in the region.
Seoul’s ‘New Southern Policy PLUS’ is designed to expedite South Korea’s commitments to ASEAN and expand the horizons of its cooperation with the region and Myanmar.
India’s peace talks with the NSCN (I-M) are looking more fragile than ever amid distrust of the government’s interlocutor and New Delhi’s overtures to other groups.
Could electoral victories by merged ethnic parties in state governments and Hluttaw bring about better results in Myanmar?
Government and military ties between Naypyitaw and Bangkok have improved in recent years, but Thailand’s strict entry restrictions amid COVID-19 provide a new challenge.
Gender analyst Aye Lei Tun argues that obstacles within political parties and hostile community attitudes prevent the harnessing of female talent in politics.
India will have to convince Myanmar to act against drug trafficking and arms smuggling if New Delhi’s Act East strategy and peace building efforts are to succeed.
Most important signs indicate the Union Election Commission will manage the 2020 election in a more equitable manner than it showed with the vote in 2015.
Will politicians help the public imagine new post-election democratic possibilities in the wake of violence and COVID-19?
Emerging reports of a Chinese troop buildup along its disputed border with India remind us of the region’s bloody history.
Even before COVID-19, China’s economy was struggling due to over-investment, low productivity, modest consumer spending and demographic changes; its prognosis is bleak.
Students at two law schools in Yangon are providing free legal information and referrals for justice services to community members who need help resolving disputes.