Speaking in Washington, the Burmese leader urged businesses to invest in the Southeast Asian country as a way to advance its democratic transition.
Obama held one on one talks with his Burmese counterpart Thein Sein on Thursday in Naypyidaw.
The US President’s comments on state of political and economic change in Burma are eagerly anticipated.
Police and military line the streets of Burma’s capital, ahead of the East Asia Summit.
Suu Kyi says that the US and other ‘well-wishers’ have been overly optimistic as the pace of change in Burma slows.
Burma’s foreign minister Wanna Maung Lwin was in New York on Wednesday to address the United Nations General Assembly.
US President Barack Obama urges President Thein Sein to stop violence against Muslims in his country and institute economic and political reforms.
Graffiti art in Rangoon is on the rise. During Obama’s visit in November a painting was done to welcome the president to the country. But in December Rangoon authorities announced[…]
U.S. President Barack Obama arrived in Burma today – the first visit by a serving U.S. president.
Today, Obama will become the first serving U.S. president to visit Burma where he’ll meet with President Thein Sein and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
With a new chapter opening in US-Burma relations, Clinton must take the lead in pressing harder for substantial reform in the country
If the US embraces President Thein Sein’s rabble of military officials and cronies too soon, it risks leaving a tainted legacy in Burma, and not for the first time
President Obama likely to announce decision today in what would mark first visit to Burma by US Secretary of State in 50 years
Campaigners urge Washington to target with punitive financial measures all businessmen in Burma who prop up the government