Following the publication of his newest book Brave New Burma, Jack Goodman spoke with Bangkok-based photographer and journalist Nic Dunlop about ongoing reforms in the country, Aung San
Jared Bissinger: ‘As far as challenges go, there’s plenty’
The Review Committee for the Release of Remaining Political Prisoners met with government officials last
During Thein Sein’s stop in Norway during his five-country tour of Europe, DVB’s Deputy Executive
As an unprecedented amount of investment is set to pour into Burma soon, DVB’s David Stout spoke with Jared Bissinger, a PhD candidate at Macquarie University
Guy Horton: ‘It is possible that a full scale assault will take place on Laiza’
DVB’s David Stout interviews Guy Horton from SOAS University of London, about his recent time in Kachin state. Horton discusses the state of the conflict in
Mahn Mahn: ‘The KIA and govt are only playing the blame game’
DVB’s Naw Noreen talked to the KNU's Mahn Mahn about prospects for peace and the ongoing conflict in Kachin state.
Benedict Rogers: ‘It’s a change of atmosphere not a change of system’
Following a year that saw the release of hundreds of political prisoners, the signing of several ceasefire deals with armed groups and the outbreak of violence
Ashok Nigam: ‘Fundamentally, everybody has a right to citizenship’
The United Nations humanitarian coordinator Ashok Nigam spoke to DVB about the IDP camps, aid and citizenship in Arakan state.
Duncan McArthur: ‘We’ve seen a dramatic decrease in armed conflict’
Following the publication of the Thailand-Burma Border Consortium newest report, DVB’s David Stout spoke with the group’s emergency response director Duncan McArthur about the country’s ongoing peace process and how it has affected displaced communities on the Thai-Burma border.
Scott Leckie: ‘Burma could very easily become the displacement capital of Asia’
Following the publication of Displacement Solutions recent report on housing, land and property rights in Burma, DVB’s David Stout spoke with the organisation’s founder and director
Aung Naing Oo: ‘Once blood is spilt, reconciliation is always difficult’
Aung Naing Oo compares the crisis in Arakan state between the Muslim Rohingya and Buddhist Arakanese to what happened in Yugolsavia in the 1990's
Thierry Falise: ‘The wall of fear has all but collapsed’
Thierry Falise, author of the newly released Burmese Shadows: Twenty-five Years Reporting on Life Behind the Bamboo Curtain, has spent a good portion of his professional
Aung Kyi: ‘There are a lot of difficulties’
DVB’s Than Win Htut sits down with the newly minted Minister of Information Aung Kyi to discuss how new media laws will potentially affect both the
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