US President Trump has followed his snub of ASEAN’s Bangkok summit by inviting the bloc’s leaders to Washington, but it remains to be seen if they’re in a mood to accept.
Various international models are available, but one way or another the Myanmar military must address the demands of ethnic minorities if the country is to achieve peace.
Ahead of the Int'l Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, it’s worth reflecting on the link between the right to information and the right to expression.
To capitalize on the existing momentum in the peace process, the Myanmar Army should extend the unilateral ceasefire it terminated in mid-September.
China’s involvement in Myanmar’s peace process is guided by strategic self-interest, even as it benefits from the conflicts through arms sales and resource extraction.
The neglect of Myanmar scholarship by women and local authors impoverishes our understanding of the country; a new online resource seeks to address the problem.
The NLD government—once seen as Myanmar’s best hope for a free and democratic society—has turned out to be an enemy of democracy’s key ingredient: freedom of expression.
A guest columnist dines in Italy with a granddaughter of Myanmar royalty and the fourth wife of a Myanmar dictator, and learns some secrets to living a happy life.
As ROK President Moon Jae-in prepares to visit Myanmar, Seoul’s engagement with the country has never been deeper.
The tired formula being offered as a solution to the Rohingya crisis by the UN and other players is unlikely to offer a lasting solution—and could even be disastrous.
While Myanmar has undertaken necessary preparations for the safe return of its displaced in Bangladesh, Bangladesh has failed to do the same, argues a guest contributor.
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.