The Irrawaddy rounds up significant events in what has been a troubled year for Myanmar.
Founding member U Ko Ko Gyi says the party is not focused on assuming power
Pro-democracy activist Ko Mya Aye questions the political parties' broad policy of establishing democracy and federalism.
From Mao’s revolution to Belt and Road engagement — A chronology of relations between China and Myanmar from 1949 to today.
As it marks the 2nd anniversary of its historic victory, the party can point to progress on health and rights, but democratic, economic development is slow.
The Tatmadaw is still at the epicenter of politics. No understanding of it will prevent world and domestic leaders from achieving their goals.
As the National League for Democracy party turns 29 on Wednesday, The Irrawaddy looks back at Myanmar’s most prominent political party’s history.
Is the party still popular among the public, and if not, does Myanmar have an alternative?