Post-imperialist nation-building is still a work in progress in many ASEAN states, and democratisation has therefore not yet fully taken shape. Without sincere reforms and well-balanced wealth sharing, it won’t be long before people in Burma start to press for meaningful change, as in its neighbouring countries.
BY ALI FOWLE Three activists facing arrest have spoken out about the charges brought against them in a press conference in Rangoon. They are being charged for inciting unrest over[…]
In his first address to the nation since last week’s religious violence, President Thein Sein promises to be tough on the perpetrators.
Four religious leaders call for peace after a week of violence between Buddhists and Muslims rocks central Burma.
Burma’s military marched in front of the presidential palace to mark the 68th anniversary of Armed Forces Day.