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In the December 2014 print edition of The Irrawaddy magazine…

Movers and Shakers: Ahead of the Women’s Forum event in Naypyitaw and Yangon this month, our cover story focuses on 12 outstanding women whose courage, hard work and vision is inspiring change in Myanmar



Fallout from Flight 11

Almost two years since a fatal Air Bagan flight at Heho, questions over compensation remain.

And: survivor Allan Lokos describes how Buddhist teachings helped him recover from horrific burns

The Refugee Who Fled to Myanmar

An exiled monk with a passion for poetry formed an enduring bond with his adopted homeland

State of Anarchy

Shan State has long been afflicted by war and a proliferation of government-backed militias


In Person: Up close with US President Barack Obama

Viewpoint: The desire for a just society will not diminish in 2015


Crunch time for copy cats? Intellectual property rights may soon become a hot issue

Restaurateurs face rent and tax woes, says U Nay Lin

Deals inked with China; UAB rides sanctions-linked concerns


The quiet allure of Loikaw, the still-remote Kayah State capital

A project to build bamboo bikes in Myitkyina is set to roll

Two books revisit heroic and harrowing times during World War II

“The Phayre’s” restaurant serves hearty food at the right price


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