The rapid political changes since November have left me thinking that the Myanmar peace process has really reached a critical point.
Rejoining the global economy after decades of isolation, Myanmar has a unique opportunity: to lift its poorest people out of poverty, raise families’ incomes, and build a country with better lives and shared prosperity for all.
You might not have heard about it, but film censorship was reintroduced in Myanmar on December 1.
In recent weeks, hundreds of students have taken to the streets of Yangon to protest against the National Education Law, which they argue subverts their liberty by establishing a National Education Commission to oversee universities.
Justice delayed is justice denied, but this is ridiculous. More than five years after 58 innocent Filipinos were murdered in cold blood, not one person has been convicted, writes Roger Mitton.