More than 40 members of the United States Congress recently sent a letter to President Obama demanding that he pressure President U Thein Sein to ensure the democratic reforms in Myanmar continue.
There is a significant change on the horizon in the way the world delivers aid financing to developing countries. Western nations and their supporters have dominated aid lending since the end of the Second World War, through institutions like the World Bank, IMF and Asian Development Bank.
Journalists repressed in tent city
In a report from Eleven entitled “Eyewitness of poor management for ASEAN Summit”, journalist Nay Tun Naing revealed the conditions the media were made to face while covering the thrill-a-minute affair.
Political scientist Nehginpao Kipgen on Obama's second visit to Myanmar, and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's prospects for 2015 and beyond.
On November 11, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will embark on a 10-day visit to Myanmar, Australia and Fiji – his longest overseas trip since taking office in May.
Sithu Aung Myint on the death of Myanmar citizen and freelance journalist Ko Par Gyi, who was shot and killed by the Myanmar army (Tatmadaw) in Mon State’s Kyaikmaraw township.