At a meeting in Laiza, signatories and non-signatories to the nationwide ceasefire agreement discussed how all groups could participate in the country’s peace deal.
Minister failed to spell out how administration plans to tackle the country’s political and economic problems, they claim.
Citing a lack of progress in democracy, federalism and rights for ethnic minorities, leaders of Myanmar’s ethnic armed groups said they cannot promise they won’t leave the Unio
Bidhayak Das looks at whether the current framework agreement will hold through the finalization of a Naga peace deal.
The RCSS spokesperson discusses causes and possible solutions to their ongoing clashes with the Tatmadaw and the TNLA, and the effects on locals in northern Shan State.
Lower House member from Shan State sought to draw attention to civilians’ suffering
TNLA, Arakan Army, MNDAA meet government negotiators for trust-building talks, participant says.
New Tatmadaw attacks against Karen civilians have again raised concerns that the peace process is doomed. Only a radical re-imagination can save it from failure.
Ethnic signatories to the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement will review the current political landscape and the peace process.
Recent changes in NSCN-K leadership may signal yet another opportunity to involve the outfit in peace talks with India.
State Counselor tells international audience in Singapore her government has made progress on Rakhine and the peace process, says Myanmar has ‘bright economic future’
Andrew Ong makes the case for the international community to reach out to the UWSA and build trust.
Group says event will both commemorate 30th anniversary of ceasefire and demonstrate its continued military strength.
Once a vocal supporter of the peace process, Padao Mahn Nyein Maung no longer appears to trust the government or Army
Policy-makers urged to listen to young people’s voices, particularly in ethnic areas and conflict zones.