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The Truth About Myanmar's New Ceasefire Agreement
October 30, 2015

The Truth About Myanmar's New Ceasefire Agreement

By Jack Myint
The recently concluded nationwide ceasefire agreement is a step in the right direction.
Myanmar to Ink Peace Deal with Eight Armed Groups Ahead of Historic Election
October 06, 2015

Myanmar to Ink Peace Deal with Eight Armed Groups Ahead of Historic Election

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Ceasefire agreement to be signed October 15, with several major groups still left out.

Illegal Logging Throws a Wrench Into China-Myanmar Relations
July 23, 2015

Illegal Logging Throws a Wrench Into China-Myanmar Relations

By Shannon Tiezzi
Myanmar sentenced 153 Chinese loggers to life in prison, sparking protests from Beijing.

Myanmar: New Front in an Old War
July 22, 2015

Myanmar: New Front in an Old War

By Richard Potter
How the Arakan Army is emerging as a major player in Myanmar’s civil war.

Myanmar Military Chief Vows Non-Interference in Elections
July 21, 2015

Myanmar Military Chief Vows Non-Interference in Elections

By Prashanth Parameswaran
General says result will be honored if victory is achieved fairly.
Myanmar Faces Daunting Post-Election Challenges, Experts Warn
July 15, 2015

Myanmar Faces Daunting Post-Election Challenges, Experts Warn

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Much remains to be done following historic elections in November.

Can China Untangle the Kokang Knot in Myanmar?
May 20, 2015

Can China Untangle the Kokang Knot in Myanmar?

By Xue Li
The history of the Kokang conflict, and what China can do to help solve it.
Myanmar Acquits Journalist’s Killers Amid Muslim Exodus
May 20, 2015

Myanmar Acquits Journalist’s Killers Amid Muslim Exodus

By Luke Hunt
“Naypyidaw is under a harsh spotlight.”

Blood Teak: How Myanmar's Natural Resources Fuel Ethnic Conflicts
April 30, 2015

Blood Teak: How Myanmar's Natural Resources Fuel Ethnic Conflicts

By Jay Benson
As long as the incentives to control natural resources remain, there is little hope for long-term peace in Myanmar

Myanmar Apologizes to China for Deadly Strike
April 03, 2015

Myanmar Apologizes to China for Deadly Strike

By Shannon Tiezzi
Myanmar's government accepted responsibility for a bomb that killed five Chinese citizens.

Myanmar Sliding Towards Conflict, UN Envoy Warns
March 11, 2015

Myanmar Sliding Towards Conflict, UN Envoy Warns

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Special rapporteur observes “a growing atmosphere of fear, distrust and hostility.”
Ousted Chinese General Aided Myanmar Rebels: Report
March 07, 2015

Ousted Chinese General Aided Myanmar Rebels: Report

By Shannon Tiezzi
SCMP reports that a general accused of corruption was actually ousted for giving assistance to Myanmar's Kokang rebels.

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