Before Burma’s president makes his landmark visit to the United States, Beijing makes a bid to woo Burma’s opposition leaders.
There is no good reason for Aung San Suu Kyi to remain aloof from the conflicts wracking the country she hopes to lead.
President Thein Sein gets all the praise, but he’s carrying out Than Shwe’s carefully planned transition.
Sai Latt argues the groundwork has been laid for organized killing in Burma on a large scale, comparing the current situation to Rwanda in 1994.
Nazi symbolism is trendy in parts of Burma today, at a time when real-life fascists are becoming a disturbing part of the political landscape.
The tragic death of 13 children at a Muslim school on Tuesday has highlighted the deepening mistrust between Burma's Buddhist and Muslim communities.
President Barack Obama's praise for President Thein Sein this week overlooked a significant backtracking on promised media-related reforms in Burma.
Two decades into its difficult transition to democracy, Cambodia is well-placed to warn Myanmar of the pitfalls that lie ahead on the road to reform.
The International Crisis Group’s peace award for President Thein Sein has endorsed a military-controlled government which is allegedly responsible for crimes against humanity and genocide.