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.
The expected visit to Burma by Google’s top executive, Eric Schmidt, comes amid disturbing signs of backsliding by the Burmese government on media reforms.
Twenty-five years after Burma's pro-democracy movement began, some in the country are left wondering if they still have a leader in Aung San Suu Kyi.
President Thein Sein's tour of Europe has turned into a love fest. Unfortunately, the people of Burma weren't invited.
The appointment of more generals to President Thein Sein's cabinet raises questions about whether Burma's government is really moving toward reform.
Burma's tycoons are back in the news again—not for their shady ties to generals, but for their efforts to cozy up to the NLD.
The conflict in Kachin State will only end when Burma abandons its imperialistic attitude toward ethnic minorities.
Cooperation should not be about providing instruction and arms but convincing Burma’s future military leaders that the proper place for generals remains in the barracks.
The brutal treatment of protesters in Letpadaung last week was a reminder that Burma's military remains very much in control of the country's economy.
The US president’s speech at historic Rangoon University hits the right notes with the Burmese people.