On a weekend when many are reflecting on an inspirational life that was, Burma is still waiting for its “Mandela moment.”
Aung San Suu Kyi’s visit to an elite British military academy must be viewed through the prism of the Burmese generals watching back home.
Aung San Suu Kyi wants “something more” than Singapore as the two countries enter a new phase in their sometimes complicated but nonetheless enduring relationship.
Last month saw the passing of four well-known artists and writers who fought against repression in Burma for decades.
At a ceremony to mark the 25th anniversary of the 1988 uprising, two leaders show that the past means very different things to them.
Nobody knows exactly what Burma’s former generals envision as the country reforms, but despite the blind spots, Suu Kyi is doing her best to navigate.
It’s is becoming increasingly uncertain if Burma’s government can control the forces that are threatening to tear the country apart.
The new agreement between Burma’s government and Kachin rebels is welcome news, but how optimistic should we be about Kachin State’s peace prospects?
Before Burma’s president makes his landmark visit to the United States, Beijing makes a bid to woo Burma’s opposition leaders.
Last week's murderous rampage in Meikhtila bears all the marks of the twisted chauvinistic “Buddhism” that the country's rulers have promoted for decades.