While decrying the increased fighting taking place in Shan State, leaders still remain reluctant to point fingers, understanding rebel groups that feel unrecognized.
Proposals elucidated by the Union government at peace talks in Chiang Mai on Monday offer little that’s new in terms of ideas for moving Myanmar’s peace process forward.
The generals who built Naypyitaw will not be forced from it via charter change; can the city’s old and new residents work together to manage a transition to democracy?
Tatmadaw appointees and their USDP allies plan a parliamentary show of force against constitutional changes proposed by NLD, ethnic parties.
The warning comes after the U.S. approved sales of weapons requested by Taiwan worth an estimated $2.2 billion, including tanks and Stinger missiles, earlier this month.
The effect of sanctions on Myanmar has always been notoriously difficult to predict; never more so than in today’s complex domestic and regional situation.
Some have linked Hong Kong's shadowy network of triad criminal gangs to political intimidation and violence in recent years, sometimes against Beijing critics.
After months of meetings, Parliament’s Charter Amendment Committee put forward more than 3,700 recommended constitutional changes. The military rejected all of them.
As Snr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing grooms his juniors, who is likeliest to take his place when he steps down, and what do recent military shake-ups mean for the 2020 elections?
A reluctance to engage with or listen to the wishes of ethnic communities and political parties mean the NLD will be more contested than ever in the upcoming election.
Arakan Army leaders say they’ve known about counter-terrorism charges against them since April—the real reason peace talks have gone nowhere.
This week, we talk about Parliament, the NLD’s relationship with ethnic parties and the chances for constitutional change before and after the 2020 election.
The Kachin State People’s Party is working to get other ethnic alliance parties on board for a coalition government focusing on better rights for Myanmar’s ethnic population.
A tense calm has returned to Hong Kong as police clear debris left in the wake of chaotic clashes between protesters and police and business resumes.
The military says the move aims to foster constructive peace talks with ethnic armed groups that have not yet signed the NCA.