Peace and prosperity will only come to Myanmar when its economy is based on something other than the ruthless exploitation of its people and resources.
The president of the National Endowment for Democracy talks about Myanmar’s ongoing reform process and his meetings with men who once considered him the enemy.
Time and political will, not money or outside influence, will be the key to ending Myanmar’s decades of ethnic conflict.
Despite ending official censorship, Burma’s government is still firmly in control of the media, and is now making it even harder for journalists to do
Burma’s former dictator didn’t just destroy Burma through his own misrule, but also by appointing a successor who was as bad or worse.
Not for the first time in recent years, a minister is in the hot seat after comments made while meeting with villagers in central Burma.