Will the current transition lead Myanmar back into authoritarian rule, or is the country on the verge of finally breaking its historical cycle of thwarted opportunities?
Measures introduced by the Thai seafood industry to improve its notorious labor practices have yielded results, but activists fear backsliding under the new government.
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Phnom Penh finalizing plan to bring its recruitment law in line with Myanmar’s, Cambodian official says.
Police raided garment factories that supply global corporations like Starbucks on Thursday, finding Myanmar migrant workers earning less than minimum wages.
The $110-million project—a first for economic cooperation between Korea and Myanmar—is set to begin construction in Yangon this year and be completed by 2024.
The Myanmar military’s criminal complaint against the Rev. Dr. Hkalam Samson “seeks to unduly limit his freedom of expression,” the US State Dept. said on Thursday.
Two of the five directors of the company to develop New Yangon City, which involves a corruption-tinted Chinese company, have been replaced.
IDPs and civil society organizations gathered in Kachin State’s capital to draw attention to the plight of Myanmar’s displaced persons as clashes continue in Shan State.
On the 2nd day of his visit, Korean President Moon Jae-in tells Yangon forum Seoul aims to be a key partner, oversees 5 MOU signings, including on New Dala City Project.
AYA Bank, one of Myanmar's largest, is suing the companies at the Yangon Region High Court over loans used to purchase buses that have gone unpaid.
The NLD government—once seen as Myanmar’s best hope for a free and democratic society—has turned out to be an enemy of democracy’s key ingredient: freedom of expression.
A guest columnist dines in Italy with a granddaughter of Myanmar royalty and the fourth wife of a Myanmar dictator, and learns some secrets to living a happy life.
The pair, who led a mob that shut down three temporary Ramadan worship locations in Yangon in May, were handed one-year sentences for incitement.
On this day 55 years ago, The Mirror Daily, a frequent critic of Gen. Ne Win’s government, was nationalized by the dictator, ushering in five decades of censorship.