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.
Contributor Lin Tun writes that solar power should be seriously considered as an immediate solution to Myanmar’s growing power supply problems.
As ASEAN chair, Thailand looks forward to working with regional partners to advance sustainable development.
In the past 2 years the UWSA has acquired a formidable military and become increasingly bold in asserting its claims of statehood.
It will reflect poorly on Dhaka if the ICOE is not allowed to gather evidence in Cox’s Bazar.
A golden opportunity for Myanmar and the Republic of Korea to develop a win-win partnership
A foreign nonprofit employee based in the city shared her weekly budget online; what would the famous critic of colonialism, and former resident, make of it all?
To gain the public’s trust, the Myanmar Police Force must end its culture of impunity through reform from within.