Refugee camps on the Thailand-Myanmar border face supplies crisis.
Leaders of ethnic armed groups say the peace process is stalling under the govt and Tatmadaw.
The country’s framework for the peace process promises to ‘make efforts to achieve 30 percent female participation in all political dialogues.’
The success, and failure, of Myanmar’s landmark peace accord relies on four key groups of people, writes Joe Kumbun.
Lawmakers and the public express disappointment over series of revocations of honors bestowed upon Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
The government’s landmark peace accord—signed by eight of Myanmar’s armed groups—turns two this week.