At the second party congress, lawmakers welcome criticism and reaffirm campaign promises.
The TNLA has opened its first liaison office in the declared capital of the Wa self-administered region in Shan State to improve communication with allied armed groups.
Amid growing militarization, ethnic groups, peace negotiators and other stakeholders say the process no longer fosters open discussion
Fighting follows hostilities between Ta'ang National Liberation Army and SSA-North in same area
Residents of Namtu hurt as shell strikes village during clash between SSPP, TNLA
Party would consider attending third session of 21st-Century Panglong Peace Conference if invited, broker says
Sexual assault on elderly woman latest example of military impunity, group says.
Chinese state media has said the drills were a direct response to "provocations" by Taiwan leaders aiming to push for the island’s formal independence.
Meeting planned for late April or early May, commission secretary says
Unless and until there is unity among Myanmar's ethnic armed organizations, self-determination and a federal union will remain a thousand-mile journey.
Ending the fighting between the Tatmadaw and ethnic armed groups should be U Win Myint’s top priority.
The Global Times said China should prepare for military action over Taiwan after the United States passed a law to boost ties with the self-ruled island.
The move comes on the heels of a warning from Chinese President Xi Jinping that Taiwan would face the "punishment of history" for any attempt at separatism.
A look at the decisions behind the power shift in the ethnic blocs as the peace process continues.
The KNPP says it will let the military question its witness to the army's alleged execution of four men in Karenni State last year when it feels it is safe for him to do so.