August 17, 2014
Myanmar: From Investment Abroad to Improvement at Home
By Gordon Wong
July 18, 2014
U.K. Minister of State Hugo Swire on Burma
By Hugo Swire
June 13, 2014
Who Sold North Korea a New Anti-Ship Missile?
By Zachary Keck
January 11, 2014
China’s Dictatorship Diplomacy Implodes
By Zachary Keck
October 29, 2013
Burma’s Treasure Hunt: $10M Expedition to Recover World’s Largest Bell
Also: No “monkey business” in Jakarta, Ke$ha banned in Malaysia.
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?
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?
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.
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.
May 20, 2013
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe to Visit Burma, Discuss Economic Development
Meeting postponed in Seoul, PM Abe has opted to go to Burma instead.
May 16, 2013
The Politics of Numerology: Burma’s 969 vs. 786 and Malaysia’s 505
In SE Asia, some numbers are used for political and religious ends.
May 10, 2013
ASEAN Needs To Do a Rethink on Burma’s Rohingya Issue
Violence against Burma’s Rohingyas could become a regional issue if ASEAN does not act fast.