Myanmar Acquits Journalist’s Killers Amid Muslim Exodus
May 20, 2015
Myanmar Acquits Journalist’s Killers Amid Muslim Exodus
“Naypyidaw is under a harsh spotlight.”
Myanmar Acquits Journalist’s Killers Amid Muslim Exodus
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
May 03, 2015
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
The election day may be free and fair, but that will not necessarily usher in a truly democratic government.
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
Why the Fighting in Kokang Threatens Peace in Myanmar
April 19, 2015
Why the Fighting in Kokang Threatens Peace in Myanmar
The turmoil on Myanmar’s border with China has potentially significant implications.
Why the Fighting in Kokang Threatens Peace in Myanmar
Have Myanmar’s Armed Forces Gone Too Far?
April 08, 2015
Have Myanmar’s Armed Forces Gone Too Far?
Recent events show just how far Myanmar has to travel on the road to reform.
Have Myanmar’s Armed Forces Gone Too Far?
The Explosive Politics of Voting Rights in Myanmar
March 04, 2015
The Explosive Politics of Voting Rights in Myanmar
The prospects for the country’s beleaguered Rohingya appear bleak.
The Explosive Politics of Voting Rights in Myanmar
Kachin and China’s Troubled Border
January 14, 2015
Kachin and China’s Troubled Border
The Kachin conflict is a thorn in China’s side as it tries to manage its relations with Myanmar.
Kachin and China’s Troubled Border
Myanmar Elections: Incumbency May Thwart Opposition Victory
January 07, 2015
Myanmar Elections: Incumbency May Thwart Opposition Victory
Expecting the opposition NLD to coast to victory overlooks the potential power of the incumbency.
Myanmar Elections: Incumbency May Thwart Opposition Victory
A Make or Break Year for Myanmar
December 08, 2014
A Make or Break Year for Myanmar
With elections, ceasefire negotiations, and constitutional measures, 2015 will be a major test for the fledgling democracy.
A Make or Break Year for Myanmar
American Foreign Policy and Myanmar’s Democratic Transition
November 24, 2014
American Foreign Policy and Myanmar’s Democratic Transition
Ensuring that political dialogue is maintained will be crucial for the transition.
American Foreign Policy and Myanmar’s Democratic Transition
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
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
How to Measure the Success of Obama’s Trip to Asia
November 10, 2014
How to Measure the Success of Obama’s Trip to Asia
The U.S. president has the opportunity to score a number of economic and human-rights legacy achievements.
How to Measure the Success of Obama’s Trip to Asia
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
Interview: The Stateless Rohingya
October 25, 2014
Interview: The Stateless Rohingya
The growing persecution of the Rohingya minority in Myanmar.
Interview: The Stateless Rohingya
Myanmar’s Rohingya Apartheid
October 14, 2014
Myanmar’s Rohingya Apartheid
A new government strategy looks like a blueprint for additional ethnic cleansing.
Myanmar’s Rohingya Apartheid
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
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