Open letter to International Crisis Group
Thein Sein needs to be held accountable for his government's policies and comments made by the members of his cabinet
How feudal imperialism continues to destroy the Union of Burma
The government’s ongoing war against the Kachin continues to demonstrate that the country's leaders are more interested in empire building than nation building
Did the gov’t incite the racial violence targeting the Rohingya?
According to independent Burmese researchers, many locals suspect President Thein Sein’s quasi-civilian government was the real culprit behind the racial violence in western Burma this summer
Popular ‘Buddhist’ racism and the generals’ militarism
What does the ongoing violence against the Rohingyas tell us about the nature of political power and the people who still rule the country?
Dark economics fuels Burma’s perpetual war
Wall Street venture capitalists, European development agencies and Burma’s rulers share one belief in common: that the country’s war zones are virgin but strategic lands that must be penetrated
When pixels, bytes and VJs unite
Suu Kyi's live video forum with London-based intellectuals and Amartya Sen lessened the decades-old divide between 'here and there'
Multi-ethnic Burma and the junta will collide
International players should forget about eyeing a long-term transition and instead start investing in initiatives to empower ethnic Burma