New Delhi No Haven for Burmese Refugees
January 28, 2014
New Delhi No Haven for Burmese Refugees
Minorities from Myanmar face abuses and other struggles in India’s capital.
New Delhi No Haven for Burmese Refugees
Myanmar Pardons Political Prisoners As Reforms Continue
January 01, 2014
Myanmar Pardons Political Prisoners As Reforms Continue
Myanmar's President Thein Sein began to deliver on a promise made earlier in 2013 by freeing political prisoners.
Myanmar Pardons Political Prisoners As Reforms Continue
Can Myanmar and North Korea Say Goodbye?
November 13, 2013
Can Myanmar and North Korea Say Goodbye?
As Myanmar normalizes its status in Asia, it must clarify its relationship with North Korea.
Can Myanmar and North Korea Say Goodbye?
Burma's President Will Not Run In 2015 Elections
October 26, 2013
Burma's President Will Not Run In 2015 Elections
Thein Sein has chosen not to run in the 2015 elections. Can Myanmar find a visionary leader to replace him?
Burma's President Will Not Run In 2015 Elections
Myanmar To Import India-Developed Submarine Sonar Systems
October 25, 2013
Myanmar To Import India-Developed Submarine Sonar Systems
The deal evidences India’s desire to ramp up its defense exports
Myanmar To Import India-Developed Submarine Sonar Systems
Suu Kyi Lectures Singapore on Materialism
October 03, 2013
Suu Kyi Lectures Singapore on Materialism
Aung San Suu Kyi has suggested that Singapore could learn some soft lessons from her native Myanmar.
Suu Kyi Lectures Singapore on Materialism
When Buddhists Turn Nasty
August 06, 2013
When Buddhists Turn Nasty
Muslims face violence in Burma and Sri Lanka. Charu Lata Hogg asks why.
When Buddhists Turn Nasty
With Pipeline, China's Launches Burma Charm Offensive
August 01, 2013
With Pipeline, China's Launches Burma Charm Offensive
China is hoping to put a new face on its investments in Myanmar. Will history continue to haunt it?
With Pipeline, China's Launches Burma Charm Offensive
Are Myanmar and the Philippines Guilty of Genocide?
July 25, 2013
Are Myanmar and the Philippines Guilty of Genocide?
Claims of genocide have been leveled against the governments of Myanmar and the Philippines. But are they valid?
Are Myanmar and the Philippines Guilty of Genocide?
The Mad Monks of Myanmar
July 09, 2013
The Mad Monks of Myanmar
In this photo essay, The Diplomat offers a close-up look at the anti-Muslim 969 movement on the rise in Myanmar today.
The Mad Monks of Myanmar
Myanmar, Burma, Living in La La Land with Two-Child Policy
May 30, 2013
Myanmar, Burma, Living in La La Land with Two-Child Policy
Plans to revive Burma’s two-child limit for Muslim Rohingyas has sparked staunch opposition on moral grounds.
Myanmar, Burma, Living in La La Land with Two-Child Policy
Chelsea Clinton Joins P&G to Bring Burma 6-Billionth Liter of Clean Water
May 29, 2013
Chelsea Clinton Joins P&G to Bring Burma 6-Billionth Liter of Clean Water
Chelsea Clinton visited Burma for a landmark clean water donation.
Chelsea Clinton Joins P&G to Bring Burma 6-Billionth Liter of Clean Water
Burma Goes to Press
April 03, 2013
Burma Goes to Press
Burma has taken one step closer to openness with the unfettering of its formerly state-run newspaper industry.
Burma Goes to Press
Women in International Politics: An Essential Element
March 10, 2013
Women in International Politics: An Essential Element
A wave of democratization is sweeping the globe – but women are being left out at precisely the moment when their voices are needed most.
Women in International Politics: An Essential Element
Myanmar’s Developmental Catch-22
February 19, 2013
Myanmar’s Developmental Catch-22
Consumerism and rule of law are taking root in Myanmar. This radical opening brings both opportunity and challenge.
Myanmar’s Developmental Catch-22
Burma’s Biggest Win: Its Legislature
February 01, 2013
Burma’s Biggest Win: Its Legislature
Burma’s legislature has been a boon for the country. But building a parliamentary house takes time
Burma’s Biggest Win: Its Legislature
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