Parliament extends emergency rule in conflict-torn Meikhtila
Burma’s parliament agreed on Tuesday to extend a state of emergency for the central town Meikhtila, which was devastated by religious violence in March, despite warnings from opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Nic Dunlop: ‘It is no longer useful to view Burma through the prism of Suu Kyi’
Following the publication of his newest book Brave New Burma, Jack Goodman spoke with Bangkok-based photographer
Japan’s PM meets Suu Kyi
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday and expressed his support for the country’s reforms.
Suu Kyi calls for investment for more jobs
During her week-long trip to Japan, Aung San Suu kyi calls for investments and job creation in Burma.
Suu Kyi meets with Islamic leaders amid growing criticism
Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi met with representatives from the country’s leading Islamic groups on Tuesday to discuss last month’s bout of rioting in central Burma
Suu Kyi to visit Japan next week
Aung San Suu Kyi will visit Japan for the first time in nearly three decades since her previous stay as a visiting researcher at the prestigious Kyoto University
Suu Kyi joins Armed Forces Day celebrations in Naypyidaw
After being held under house arrest for the better part of two decades by the Burmese military, opposition icon Aung San Suu Kyi made her first appearance at the country’s Armed Forces Day celebrations
Burma’s second awakening?
Following the Lady's visit to Latpadaung copper mine, many Burmese are struggling to reconcile the discrepancy between Aung San Suu Kyi's activist past and more establishment present
In defence of the rule of law
The rule of law is vital in Burma’s transition to democracy and constitutional reform is a key step on the way to achieving it
What does rule of law actually mean for Burma?
The second article in a two part series examining calls for constitutional revisions and ‘rule of law’ rhetoric in Burma
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