Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s plea, made when Myanmar was under dictatorship, should be recalled amid Hongkongers’ current fight to preserve their political and legal rights.
Thoughts on ‘Brother No. 2’ Nuon Chea and ‘Big Daddy’ Ne Win
Authorities are stepping up their use of security-related laws to suppress journalists.
Past shortcomings in the peace process have come back to haunt current negotiations, resulting in the present stalemate.
This much-misunderstood prototype of American engagement with the world deserves revisiting, even if the novel and film that made it famous are rightfully forgotten.
As ASEAN chair, Bangkok must impress on the US secretary of state that the bloc’s ‘Outlook on the Indo-Pacific’ serves both regional and US interests in Southeast Asia.
The government’s Peace Commission needs to be reformed and given the capacity to act as middleman in order to get the peace process back on track.
Tony Waters offers his ironic views of research reports commissioned by foreign donors which sometimes seem to serve their own political objectives than the needs of Myanmar.
Region faces rising authoritarianism, trafficking and growing environmental problems amid mounting US-China rivalry.
With the approach of cyclone season in Rakhine State, contributor Ye Min Zaw calls for a halt to the war which has already thrown 30,000 residents’ lives into chaos.
To rebuild trust, it is time to rethink the way blanket noncooperation has been employed.
With EAOs and the government at a standstill in peace negotiations, what is the best way forward for Myanmar?
To prevent further disturbances, the pardon system must be more clearly explained to inmates.
The United Wa State Army’s 30th anniversary peace celebration was a new spectacle of strength and autonomy, but their precise demands remain unchanged.
If the NLD fails to take into account the importance of the role of women in government, potential for the country’s future economic and social success is at risk.