A Generals’ Election in Myanmar
By Renaud Egreteau
As Myanmar's historic elections approach, the military's role in the country's politics should not be underestimated.
Will Irregularities and Fraud Spoil Myanmar’s Election?
By Joshua Kurlantzick
The past few weeks have given observers cause for concern.
Myanmar’s Big Moment
By Jurgen Haacke
The forthcoming elections are a critical step into a somewhat uncertain future.
Myanmar’s Ribbon Movements Challenge Militarization
By Mong Palatino
Colored ribbons have emerged as symbols of those resisting creeping militarization in the country.
Could Myanmar’s Elections Devolve into Disorder?
By Shawn W. Crispin
Major disruptions in upcoming polls cannot be ruled out given what we know.
Myanmar's Electoral Landscape: Vibrant, But Uncertain
By Phuong Nguyen
As Myanmar approaches a historic election, things appear stable, though uncertainty persists.
Myanmar’s Candidate Controversies
By Yola Verbruggen
The opposition NLD is coming under fire for its choice of candidates, amid fears of a split within the party.
Myanmar’s Elections: Jostling for Power
By Rajiv Bhatia
Who might emerge from the uncertainty that surrounds Myanmar’s upcoming polls?
An Independent News Site for Myanmar
By Helen Clark
Myanmar Now launches to provide features, analysis, and investigative pieces.
Can Myanmar Manage Its Post-Election Risks?
By Aung Tun
Even with free and fair elections, the new government will face some difficult challenges.
Myanmar Floods a Test for Political Leaders
By Paul Shortell
Responses to the natural disaster will set the tone for the November elections.
The American Stake in Myanmar and Sri Lanka
By Admiral Dennis C. Blair
Reformers in both countries deserve the continued support of the United States.