OPINION
editorial
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It’s Time for the NLD to Reciprocate the Public’s Faith Whatever slender hopes Aung San Suu Kyi had of maneuvering her way into the presidency are dashed. What now?

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Submarines on the Shopping List The top brass has shown a particular interest in improving the country’s moribund naval fleet.

Commentary
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Military Opposition to Charter Change Could Entrench Public Trust Deficit The military’s opposition to constitutional amendments may harm efforts to conclude a nationwide ceasefire and undermine trust at home and abroad.

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A Golden Chance for the Golden Land The under-23 football team’s surprise run to the Southeast Asia Games gold medal game has been a lift to the collective conscience of Burma’s people.

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Will She or Won’t She? As Burma’s opposition leader travels to China, we’ll all be watching to see if she takes a stand for human rights

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The Great Game Over Burma With Aung San Suu Kyi visiting China, this story from 2013 looks at the changing dynamics of Naypyidaw’s relationship with Beijing and the wider world.

contributor
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Making All-Inclusive Peace a Reality It would be ill-advised for the government to dismiss negotiating with the newly formed ethnic negotiating committee, writes contributor Saw Kapi.

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In Burma’s Conflicts, Both Sides Betray Children The Burmese military and the Kachin Independence Army should take urgent steps to stop recruiting and using children, says contributor Charu Lata Hogg.

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Mysterious Motives: India’s Raids on the Burma Border Few facts have emerged since troops from India carried out a cross-border attack on insurgents, but Burma government’s account is the easiest to refute.

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Keeping the Flame Alive