Hong Kong police appear prepared to wait out the last group of about 100 anti-government protesters trapped inside besieged university.
After showcasing its light arms at a Thai weapons trade show, Myanmar’s military says it has the potential to raise cash from international sales.
Hong Kong chief executive urges humane resolution to campus standoff as last group of about 100 protesters remain holed up in Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Ethnic parties say UEC’s plan to allow workers to vote in their place of employment after just 90 days of residence will hurt the parties’ chances at the ballot box.
On this day in 1932, Myanmar’s first female senator was elected. Daw Hnin Mya supported General Aung San in his quest for independence and worked for women’s rights.
Hong Kong condemns attack on the city’s justice secretary, Teresa Cheng, who was pushed to the ground in London by protesters shouting ‘murderer’.
The Irrawaddy English editor Kyaw Zwa Moe wins the National Literature Award for his volume of articles on Myanmar’s political changes and life as a political prisoner.
Protesters paralyze parts of Hong Kong for a fourth straight day, forcing school closures, blocking highways and disrupting rail services amid an escalation in violence.
Hong Kong prepares for further violence on Wednesday as anti-government protesters vow to shut down parts of the city for a third day.
This week, The Irrawaddy looks at the challenge of plotting Myanmar’s course towards constitutional reform, with lawyer U Kyee Myint and political activist Ko Mya Aye.
Hong Kong student Chow Tsz-lok, 22, dies of wounds suffered when he fell as police dispersed anti-govt protesters last weekend.
A Mandalay-based monk says he will not be silenced by the military for criticizing a payment to a Buddhist nationalist group.
Self-exiled Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy heads for home via Bangkok despite Prime Minister Hun Sen’s vow to arrest him and Thais’ refusal to allow him transit.
Junius Ho, a hardline pro-Beijing legislator in Hong Kong, hospitalized after knife attack.
Beijing’s China Daily newspaper calls for "tougher line" against Hong Kong protesters after Xinhua news agency and other buildings associated with China are targeted.