In Myanmar, A Simple Verdict on a Flawed Election
By Allison Lim and Michael Kugelman
For many in Myanmar, criticisms of the recent elections are immaterial and the reality on the ground is much different.
The Year in Democracy in Southeast Asia
By Joshua Kurlantzick
Except for Myanmar, the report card is decidedly mixed.
What Now for the Peacebuilding Process in Myanmar?
By David Hale
The NLD must maintain progress and broaden its focus.
Myanmar: Elections and the Media
By Vishal Arora
The editor of The Irrawaddy shares his thoughts on the implications of the recent elections.
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 Historic Day
By Philip Heijmans
Scenes from last weekend's milestone elections.
Myanmar’s Elections: What Now?
By Sebastian Strangio
With the NLD on the brink of a landslide victory in Myanmar’s elections, attention is turning to what comes next.
Why ASEAN Should Celebrate Myanmar's Election
By Luke Hunt
Victory by Aung San Suu Kyi should provide a much needed tonic for free speech advocates across the region.
Myanmar’s Ethnic Parliamentarians May Be 2016’s ‘Kingmakers’
By Nicholas Borroz and Hunter Marston
Turkey’s experience offers lessons that could guide Myanmar to a more pluralistic future.
Myanmar’s Elections: An Historic Opportunity for Change
By Salai Elaisa Vahnie
As the country goes to the polls, its military has a chance to make history.
Myanmar’s Elections: A Testing Road Ahead
By Jorge Valladares
The road ahead will be a stress-test for the engagement of the international community supporting reform.
Elections in Burma: Time to Consolidate the Democratic Transition
By Senator Raynell Andreychuk
The elections provide an important confirmation of the direction of Burma’s democratic development.