The Irrawaddy discusses challenges facing ethnic nationality media outlets, including safety, exile, and a lack of infrastructure and support.
Presidential spokesman says govt has changed Harn Yawnghwe’s visa from multiple-entry to social, but that rumors of blacklisting him are false.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi once said ‘one political prisoner is too many,’ argues Rakhine lawmaker.
The Vimutti Women Organization urges the ‘acknowledgment of injustices’ under the military junta.
Peng Jiafu, the younger brother of Peng Jiasheng – the leader of the MNDAA – dies from lung disease at 81.
Artists, sculptors, installation artists and photographers showcase work that reflects on political changes in Myanmar over the past decade.
With Daw Aung San Suu Kyi now 72, she likely feels that there is not an extraordinary amount of time left for her to achieve her goals for Myanmar.
After five years of attempts, the Chin National Democratic Party and the Chin Progressive Party will create a joint political party.
Myanmar could be a UN success story if the organization appointed effective personnel to the country.
The govt blacklists Harn Yawnghwe, allegedly for his involvement in the peace process, denying him a visa extension.
NLD spokesman’s ‘jokes’ about the media embarrass Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, her party and the democratic norms they champion.
This week, The Irrawaddy discusses the increasing use of the controversial Article 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law.
The government is presented with a mammoth struggle to improve gender equality.
Mandalay journalists gather in solidarity with two journalists from The Voice Daily who appeared in court for charges under Article 66(d) on the same day.
Ethnic Karen refugees in Canada raise concerns over the ongoing militarization in Karen State during the state counselor’s visit.