If only Muslims reach out to help the Rohingya, the international community will suffer another blow to its reputation.
A poem: To all the men and women who sing change change change Mee-ahn mar–we never heard of you before.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s tremendous skills as an opposition leader don’t necessarily translate to presidential politics.
Walden Bello journeys through Burma’s changing political landscape.
Is the notoriously powerful military junta of Burma really loosening its grip?
China is emerging as the leading economic force in Burma, and the Burmese are starting to get uncomfortable.
The generals of Burma’s ruling junta have set aside their uniforms, but they still resemble a military dictatorship.
A poem about genocide read in front of the Burmese embassy on the Poetry Walk of Shame.
The time may be at hand when Myanmar’s ethnic minorities can overwhelm the Myanmar army.
Fighting by Burma’s three largest ethnic minorities has flared up all at once.
The ongoing plight of Burma’s ethnic minorities is crowded out of the news by more immediate crises elsewhere.
These excerpts from narratives of three survivors of Burma’s military regime are a powerful evocation of life during wartime.
Despite Burma’s ruling junta’s history of brutality, a dissident leader calls out his people.
In the face of sanctions, defectors with nuclear secrets, and a liberalized officer corps, how long can Burma’s junta hold out?
The Burmese government has announced far-reaching reforms. Or are they reforms?