Senior Communist Party of China official Song Tao says Beijing backs continued political role for Tatmadaw.
Central Committee seeks ‘consensus’ on decision-making amid suspension of talks with government, military
An entrenched, male-dominated ‘security approach’ has left the peace process deadlocked.
Ongoing setbacks leave observers wondering if the peace process will have achieved anything by 2020.
Ethnic group says it will not let Tatmadaw use peace process to force one-sided disarmament
Two-day summit ends with statement on seven common goals
Beijing is growing more assertive in laying claim to a sphere of influence along its border and beyond, group says
Meeting aims to resolve key deadlocks facing peace process, Arakan Liberation Party says
Dozens of stakeholders swap ideas with government officials at informal talks in Yangon
Myanmar’s leaders should take examples from the Korean leaders’ willingness for peace, their sending of special delegations and face-to-face meetings.
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.