As the incoming head of state, the moral and political responsibility to end the slow genocide in Burma will fall squarely on Suu Kyi’s shoulders.
In the midst of optimism among the mainstream Burmese majority as well as the international cheerleaders of the ‘Myanmar Spring’, it is high time for our four leaders to snap…
With good reason, ethnic delegates view Burma’s authorities as locked in an internally colonial mindset vis-à-vis minorities, says analyst Maung Zarni.
The November polls will change nothing; the military will stay in charge, says Burmese dissident Maung Zarni.
Sixty-six years ago, Aung San and some of his closest advisors were killed along with their dreams of a a multiculturalist, secular Burma
Thein Sein needs to be held accountable for his government’s policies and comments made by the members of his cabinet