To resolve the nuclear conundrum on the Korean peninsula, strong support from the international community as a whole is needed.
The recent arrests of eight Rohingya near the Myanmar border suspected of human trafficking are a reminder that those who have fled Rakhine State remain far from safe.
The backlash to the health minister's recent remarks are a wakeup call to talk openly and honestly about the health care system's challenges and root problems.
Alice Dawkins argues that foreign lawyers should not overshadow the work of Myanmar's activist lawyers.
As world turns a cold shoulder to Tatmadaw, New Delhi expands plans to help train and supply neighbor’s army.
Hopes for peace dim as Tatmadaw deploys large force in Lu Thaw Township, threatening fragile ceasefire.
Ending the fighting between the Tatmadaw and ethnic armed groups should be U Win Myint’s top priority.
It is time that policymakers in New Delhi recognize their northeastern states as genuine partners in India's Act East Asia plan — both for the states' sake and the country's.
Local campaigns like ‘Press for Progress’ and ‘It’s Not OK’ deserve our support.
Matthew J Walton looks at Ma Ba Tha’s persistence in the light of criticisms of Myanmar’s monastic authorities.
Stereotyping the views of the country’s Buddhist community only weakens progressive efforts at reform and strengthens the nationalists’ cause.
With the majority of members having signed the ceasefire agreement, the UNFC may dissolve and be consigned to a relic of history.
The collision between federalization and unification has become the classic characteristic of Myanmar's modern politics.
The govt and the Tatmadaw should heed the outcries of displaced people and show the courage and magnanimity to accept their demands and respond suitably.
General N’Ban La said the country has evaded peace because stakeholders have been chasing the desirable instead of the possible.