Gen Yawd Serk’s criticism follows the cancelation of a Shan coalition meeting in Thailand under the orders of a military attaché.
A military attaché objects to a CSSU meeting, saying it is not in line with the official peace process.
Karenni State teachers say translated textbooks ‘only allow for 30 percent understanding.’
Matthew J Walton muses on the effects of misleading narratives of the independence era.
Guides use community-based tourism to help save Karenni State’s waning traditions.
Pia Jolliffe interviews anthropologist Mikael Gravers.
More than six months after the arrest of U Min Htay, a court will decide whether he is charged under Article 17(1) of the Unlawful Associations Act.
The arrest of Lawi Weng and the DVB reporters demonstrates that Myanmar remains an unsafe place for journalists to work, writes Aung Zaw.
To mark the second day that The Irrawaddy’s Lawi Weng is in detention in northern Shan State, we are re-posting one of his past articles.
Police decline to comment, but a former village administrator says around 100 residents have fled rural areas to nearby towns after a double murder.
Nearly 100 journalists discuss the development of an official ethnic media policy and their role in the peace process and political transition.
The Irrawaddy discusses challenges facing ethnic nationality media outlets, including safety, exile, and a lack of infrastructure and support.
Peng Jiafu, the younger brother of Peng Jiasheng – the leader of the MNDAA – dies from lung disease at 81.
The ANP leads a protest in Maungdaw after 300 homes belonging to a Rakhine sub-ethnicity are burned by a mob in Bangladesh.
Around 950 people fleeing fighting in the Kachin State township continue to take temporary shelter at the churches and monasteries in Tanai town.