Myanmar has not had a comprehensive development plan since Gen. Aung San was slain 71 years ago; we must start by re-learning our national values.
Former political prisoner calls for recognition and reparations for those jailed for their involvement in the '88 protests.
Rapid growth of Myanmar’s main city has implications for the national economy, healthcare and peace.
The draft National Register of Citizens is expected to list Indian citizens residing in Assam and, in the process, find a solution to the citizenship issue plaguing the state.
The proposal to extend Myanmar’s commercial capital to the west is on a scale without precedent anywhere in the world
The refugees are being told that their only “choice” is “voluntary” return to Myanmar. In fact, there are other solutions.
Can the Swiss Challenge model guarantee project transparency?
India so far has little to show for its much-touted Act East Asia policy.
“All in all, it is incumbent on ASEAN to reach out to the United States, Japan, India, and Australia,” writes Kavi Chongkittavorn regarding US Indo-Pacific strategy.
Readers’ Perspectives: The issues in the strife-torn region stem from migration; this is not a religious conflict, writes Kyaw Lat.
Even as the people of Nagaland await, believing that a solution to the decades-old conflict in the Naga hills is around the corner, the Indian government maybe be forced to do a re
Bo Kyi of the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners writes of the need to address Myanmar’s mental health epidemic.
Remittances remain hugely important to developing economies, and the Asia-Pacific region is the biggest receiver of remittances worldwide.
Attack on Indian security post days after minister’s visit points to need for real engagement with all parties.
Mandate to rule is being eroded by inaction over humanitarian emergency in the north