The National League for Democracy leader has sought to mollify ex-enemies in the Burmese military since officially stepping on to the political scene in 2012.
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…
Burma’s former dictator sees Suu Kyi as the country’s “future leader” and has pledged to support her, despite her being barred from the presidency.
Suu Kyi reportedly met with retired Snr-Gen. Than Shwe in Naypyidaw on Friday, following meetings with top government members earlier in the week.
Burma’s military junta continues to rape the land of its most precious commodity, according to a stinging new report by Global Witness.
Leaked information suggests that many in Beijing’s politburo were betting on a Shwe Mann- Suu Kyi govt in Burma after the election.