Hundreds of global leaders, industry chiefs and foreign media are descending on Burma’s once-reclusive capital as the former pariah showcases its political and economic reforms in a bid to entice investment
At the Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC, President Thein Sein says he is committed to reforms but will need the help of the international community.
Pascal Khoo Thwe is an award-winning author from Shan state who recently returned to Burma after being in exile for 24 years. He spoke to Ali Fowle about the changes[…]
Former US President Jimmy Carter meets President Thein Sein in the nation’s capital to show support for the country’s ongoing democratic transition. He will meet Aung San Suu Kyi later[…]