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Does China Want Peace in Myanmar?

Placing too much trust in the momentum of a peace process mediated by China may be misleading, writes Joe Kumbun.

 

The post From The Irrawaddy

Union Ministers inspect Maungtaw District

Union Ministers and members of the Rakhine State cabinet looked into the requirements of regional development undertakings yesterday. Union Minister for Border Affairs Lt-Gen Ye Aung, Uni...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

A Wrong Step May Lead into Life-long Plunge

By Ei Cherry Aung/ Myanmar Now The night-mare which started on her way home, came to an end just after many years. Now 30-year-old Ma May Khine Oo (the then 17-year-old girl) got well wit...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

A burden no democratic society can tolerate

By Tin Maung Than When we say reforms it includes institutional changes both the government and the private sectors are undertaking. As for the government sector, normally, the department...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Comprehensive forum proves progress of democratic transition

Six papers presented at the Forum on Myanmar Democratic Transition were reviewed at the Myanmar International Convention Centre-2 yesterday in Nay Pyi Taw. As regards the paper “Global Ov...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Collective offering of Waso robe and rice in Yangon Region

Waso robe and rice offering ceremony comprised of National League for Democracy- NLD (Yangon Region) and the people was held yesterday at Mula Sel Taung Pyae monastery in Thingangyun Town...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Myanmar democratic transition requires greater attention

During the third day of the Forum on Myanmar Democratic Transition at the Myanmar International Convention Center-2 in Nay Pyi Taw, yesterday, Dr. Soeren Keil, associate professor of inte...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

KNU Leaders Urge Youth to Maintain Tradition

On the 67th Karen Martyrs’ Day, KNU leaders stress the importance of maintaining the culture and tradition.

The post From The Irrawaddy

Lessons from other countries need to be applied to bring peace to Myanmar

U Aung Kyi, the adviser to the Peace Commission, said Myanmar is building a positive peace with freedom, equitable development and human rights and dignity, taking lessons from other coun...


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