Wa leaders finally have the helicopter so long speculated about in local and foreign media. What does its purchase say about the power balance in Myanmar’s northeast?
Conveniently for the military, the Myanmar government and the international community have opted to push a discredited ‘development over peace’ strategy in Karen State.
A military MP received a warning from the Myanmar Parliament Speaker after angrily complaining about the accidental omission of one of the military’s amendment proposals.
The Karen National Union denounced a Tatmadaw general’s claim that they are taking the “narrow view” of the military’s project to expand a road in Karen State.
It is the first time the military has invited the former commander-in-chief since he was forced to retire from the military in 1976.
The alleged killings of nearly 300 people—mostly civilians—by troops in Rakhine in 2017 will be investigated and courts-martial will be conducted, the military said.
A Kachin pastor who spent two weeks in jail for celebrating Kachin Revolution Day said the order to release him and his colleague ‘came from the top’ of the military.
The Lower House has voted in support of an election commission proposal requiring military personnel and their families to cast their votes outside military barracks.
Myanmar taxpayers are bearing the burden of repaying the loan to China Development Bank.
The Shan State Progressive Party says it is considering signing the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement this year if it will move Myanmar towards political reform.
The Rakhine conflict is increasingly marked by civilian casualties, for which neither of the warring parties is being held accountable.
Fighting between Myanmar’s army and the Arakan Army has blocked food supplies to Paletwa in Chin State and left hundreds of civilians stranded.
On a cold night in Shan State’s Loi Tai Leng recently, army generals shared whiskey with ethnic commanders; what does the uneasy camaraderie signal for the peace process?
A Rakhine factory worker says he was beaten by Myanmar's military in his village as fighting with the Arakan Army intensifies.
Myanmar’s President U Win Myint has quoted Gen. Aung San to demand the military stop meddling in politics during a ceremony to unveil a statue of the independence hero.