Perhaps It's Time to Call It ‘Burma,’ Again
November 23, 2014
Perhaps It's Time to Call It ‘Burma,’ Again
Myanmar continues to backslide on reforms. It might be time to stop giving its leaders the benefit of the doubt.
Perhaps It's Time to Call It ‘Burma,’ Again
Obama’s Myanmar Town-Hall Meeting
November 15, 2014
Obama’s Myanmar Town-Hall Meeting
The president discusses democratization and education with young leaders in Myanmar.
Obama’s Myanmar Town-Hall Meeting
3 Reasons China Should Welcome Aung San Suu Kyi
November 13, 2014
3 Reasons China Should Welcome Aung San Suu Kyi
China should extend an invitation -- and an olive branch -- to Suu Kyi and Myanmar's opposition party.
3 Reasons China Should Welcome Aung San Suu Kyi
Aung San Suu Kyi: Colluding With Tyranny
November 12, 2014
Aung San Suu Kyi: Colluding With Tyranny
The iconic figure has signally failed the oppressed minorities who need her most.
Aung San Suu Kyi: Colluding With Tyranny
Obama’s Myanmar Objectives
November 07, 2014
Obama’s Myanmar Objectives
The U.S. president will visit Myanmar next week. Here’s what to expect.
Obama’s Myanmar Objectives
Myanmar Opposition Leader Aung San Suu Kyi to Visit China
November 05, 2014
Myanmar Opposition Leader Aung San Suu Kyi to Visit China
Suu Kyi will have to balance political realism with human rights concerns if she wants to visit China.
Myanmar Opposition Leader Aung San Suu Kyi to Visit China
Myanmar's Opposition Leader and Military Chief Hold Unprecedented Talks
October 31, 2014
Myanmar's Opposition Leader and Military Chief Hold Unprecedented Talks
Myanmar's prominent opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and its military chief held talks for the first time.
Myanmar's Opposition Leader and Military Chief Hold Unprecedented Talks
Myanmar Government Releases 3,000 Prisoners
October 08, 2014
Myanmar Government Releases 3,000 Prisoners
The prisoner release follws up on an amnesty guarantee made by the government in 2013.
Myanmar Government Releases 3,000 Prisoners
The Outlook for LGBT Rights in Myanmar
September 05, 2014
The Outlook for LGBT Rights in Myanmar
Constitutional reform offers the chance of protection and rights to a marginalized segment of society.
The Outlook for LGBT Rights in Myanmar
Charter Reforms in Southeast Asia: The Good, The Bad, and The Half-Serious
August 20, 2014
Charter Reforms in Southeast Asia: The Good, The Bad, and The Half-Serious
Constitutional changes reflect democracy’s transitive nature in Southeast Asia.
Charter Reforms in Southeast Asia: The Good, The Bad, and The Half-Serious
Myanmar’s Constitutional Uncertainty
July 21, 2014
Myanmar’s Constitutional Uncertainty
A massive campaign for constitutional reform has ended, with uncertain results.
Myanmar’s Constitutional Uncertainty
Myanmar: Revival of the Lost Kingdom
June 30, 2014
Myanmar: Revival of the Lost Kingdom
Myanmar still requires extensive reform before investors will jump in with both feet, but noticeable progress is underway.
Myanmar: Revival of the Lost Kingdom
U Win Tin: Insights from Myanmar’s Tiger in Chief
April 30, 2014
U Win Tin: Insights from Myanmar’s Tiger in Chief
The author shares recollections from his interview with the late author and activist.
U Win Tin: Insights from Myanmar’s Tiger in Chief
The Legacy of Writer and Activist Win Tin
April 24, 2014
The Legacy of Writer and Activist Win Tin
One of Myanmar’s most dominant democracy figures has died, at 85.
The Legacy of Writer and Activist Win Tin
Myanmar: The Worsening Plight of the Rohingya
March 19, 2014
Myanmar: The Worsening Plight of the Rohingya
It has been a tragic start to the year for Myanmar’s persecuted Muslim minority.
Myanmar: The Worsening Plight of the Rohingya
Preserving Indian Heritage in Myanmar
March 03, 2014
Preserving Indian Heritage in Myanmar
Yangon was once a center for India’s independence struggle. Can the heritage be preserved?
Preserving Indian Heritage in Myanmar
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