OPINION
editorial
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A harsh sentence handed down to journalists for reporting on an alleged chemical weapons factory serves as a reminder that Burma is still an “enemy

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After three years of war, fighting continues and recently distrust between the sides deepened. Both sides should build up trust and resume negotiations in earnest.

Commentary
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Has the United States Forgotten Suu Kyi? In the past, when the opposition leader said something, world leaders listened, but these days Washington seems to have shifted its priorities.

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On Obama’s Foreign Policy Report Card, Burma Gets a Pass As leader of the world’s sole superpower in tumultuous times, Barack Obama needs Burma as a foreign policy success story, but should it be?

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Kerry Visits as Burma Backslides—What Will He Do? US Secretary of State John Kerry faces difficult questions when he arrives in Burma this weekend amid negative media reports about backsliding on political reforms.

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Burma Struggles to Ditch Its Military Masters To democracy advocates’ chagrin, Burma’s record of martial leadership is likely to continue through the next presidential election.

contributor
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If the team looking for the sunken Dhammazedi Bell has located it, the mission to bring it to the surface could take months.

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Inequality and the Need for Redistribution Myanmar will need the cooperation of its cronies if the country is to overcome the so-called “resource curse” and reduce economic inequality.

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The Price of Peace The government and Myanmar’s ethnic armed rebel groups will both need to make sacrifices if the country is to achieve a lasting peace.