Muslim-majority Indonesia is a stable and flourishing multi-party democracy: Unquestionably a better example for Myanmar than any other country in the region, writes Roger Mitton.
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Conditions in Muslim communities are ripe for the spread of terrorism – and cooperation is needed to ensure violence does not take root, writes Sithu Aung Myint.
Earlier this month, a rally to show support for constitutional amendments and collect signatures for a petition was held at Maubin in Ayeyarwady Region.
There was once a silly love song called “My baby does the hanky panky”. At the time I wished mine did, but she just loved to gamble.
We’ve all read or heard it before: the news item that begins with the words “Workers demand better pay and working conditions”.
The Myanmar Peace Center's Aung Naing Oo on the similarities between the peace process and Angolan tennis.
Changes to a 2010 survey reveal Rakhine to be the most impoverished state and close the gap on poverty in rural and urban areas.
The jailing of Zaw Pe, a journalist with the Democratic Voice of Burma, has highlighted growing concerns about the progress, or lack thereof, in securing media freedoms in Burma.
An NLD victory led by Suu Kyi at the 2015 elections, if that eventuates, may not be the fairytale ending the west hopes for, writes Roger Mitton.
The Myanmar Armed Forces held an unusual ceremony on May 5, appointing Border Guard Forces members as honorary gazetted Tatmadaw officers.
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