Exercising freedom of expression is not a crime in a democratic society, yet it is in Myanmar.
13 The News For 13 November 2018
An entrenched, male-dominated ‘security approach’ has left the peace process deadlocked.
A spate of high-profile arrests and a rising crime rate are putting the prospects for a lasting peace in Rakhine State at risk.
A day before World Mental Health Day, the AAPP’s Bo Kyi writes of the importance that individuals are taught to manage stress, especially given Myanmar’s recent political histo
We call on the govt to address two major issues, the lack of respect for the right to information and the continued existence of unjust and undemocratic laws, writes Bo Kyi.
Trust building and winning hearts are defining factors of South Korea's peace initiative and can help inspire Myanmar's own peace efforts, the Korean ambassador says.
Myanmar’s leaders should take examples from the Korean leaders’ willingness for peace, their sending of special delegations and face-to-face meetings.
A UN fact-finding mission has given the military a list of recommendations to address the Rohingya crisis. The burning question is how open it is to reform.
Unable to decipher our leaders’ carefully chosen words, many would-be analysts of Myanmar badly misread the political situation here.
The agency deserves praise for opening bribery cases against the Yangon attorney general and five other officials, but this is just the beginning of its fight.
Bidhayak Das looks at whether the current framework agreement will hold through the finalization of a Naga peace deal.
New standard operating procedures in jails fail to address systemic issues, lingering problems and the suggestions of former political prisoners, writes Bo Kyi.
Myanmar’s journalists do not have the protection of the law or the government, but in Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s own words, they have the protection of the truth
New Tatmadaw attacks against Karen civilians have again raised concerns that the peace process is doomed. Only a radical re-imagination can save it from failure.
From the Army’s Perspective, Now Is Not the Time to Stage a Coup
The Importance of Reading Between the Lines
On the Wrong Side of the Law, but On the Right Side of Truth
Facebook Bans Deepen Mutual Distrust Between Military, Government
Only a ‘Peace Approach’ Can End the Cycle of Conflict in Myanmar
Stoking the Embers of Fear in Rakhine State
The Need for Stress Management in Myanmar
Right to Information and the Need for Reform
The Anti-Corruption Commission Lands Some Big Fish at Last
Press Freedom Faces Serious Setbacks in Myanmar
Another Black August
Wild Boars’ Story Shows Happy Endings Do Happen