International Rohingya Ruling Spotlights Suu Kyi’s Fall From Grace
By Associated Press
The decision again highlighted the once-revered democracy icon's troubles since she took power in Myanmar.
A Digital Nation for the Stateless Rohingya?
By Preeti Jha
A team of Rohingya Muslims is using blockchain technology to forge digital identities for the persecuted minority’s diaspora.
When Burma Was Still Part of British India
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
When Burma became Burma and India became India.
Long Past Time for Sanctions on Myanmar’s Generals
By John Sifton
The Burmese military's atrocities in Rakhine state cannot go unpunished.
Like South Africa After Mandela, Myanmar Needs Many Real Leaders--Not Just One
By Caitlin J. Pierce
Aung San Suu Kyi’s singular leadership could lead to the same sense of unrealized dreams that has befallen South Africa.
The (Few) Generals That Don’t Exit in Myanmar
By Renaud Egreteau
Myanmar's military took a bashing in the polls on November 8, but it will continue to play a role in politics.
Myanmar's Electoral Landscape: Vibrant, But Uncertain
By Phuong Nguyen
As Myanmar approaches a historic election, things appear stable, though uncertainty persists.
The 100 Days That Ended the ‘White Man’s Burden’ in Asia
By Franz-Stefan Gady
In just three months, the Imperial Japanese Army ended 150 years of European domination of Asia.
Is Myanmar Approaching Genocide?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
A recent report suggests that the Rohingya could become the target of further mass atrocities.
Aung San Suu Kyi's Advisor Leaves a Broad Legacy in Myanmar
By Poppy McPherson
A year after the Burmese journalist and long-time political prisoner Win Tin passed away, mourners gather to remember him.
Post-Censorship, Myanmar’s Literary World Awakens
By Poppy McPherson
In Mandalay, hundreds gathered to hear talks by Burmese and international authors.
Perhaps It's Time to Call It ‘Burma,’ Again
By Luke Hunt
Myanmar continues to backslide on reforms. It might be time to stop giving its leaders the benefit of the doubt.