The Irrawaddy rounds up significant events in what has been a troubled year for Myanmar.
A steady trickle of Chinese money into casinos swells to a tide that promises to remodel a city touted as the first port of call on China’s ‘Belt and Road.’
From Mao’s revolution to Belt and Road engagement — A chronology of relations between China and Myanmar from 1949 to today.
With the Rakhine crisis strengthening China's hand and limiting Western influence here, the government must plot a new strategic course.
Government delegation discusses development in separate talks with Wa, NDAA, but peace talks no closer.
On the second anniversary of Myanmar’s 2015 landmark election, The Irrawaddy revisits an interview with the then Union Election Commission chairman.
‘Beijing New Airport’ expected to have eventual capacity for 100 million passengers.
Forced to live in camps due to conflict, displaced Kachins’ land has been redistributed to ethnic armed group leaders and state ministers.
As the National League for Democracy party turns 29 on Wednesday, The Irrawaddy looks back at Myanmar’s most prominent political party’s history.