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MYANMAR OUTLOOK IN 2021: Cautious optimism in peace process with gloomy economic forecast

As the new year is about to begin, many are wondering on how the transition from the first National League for Democracy (NLD) to...

INSTANCES OF ETHNIC STATES IN 2020: Status quo remains with uncertainty for the year ahead

The year has been an eventful and exited year for the ethnic states and their populations because of the general election, and even more...

NLD OVERTURES: How will the proposed national unity government be formed?

As soon as the National League for Democracy (NLD) landslide victory became known, on November 11, its Vice-Chairman Zaw Myint Maung issued an open...

Sai Aung Tun: One who shows the way

Story by Khuensai Jaiyen I learned to read and write Shan in two hours. A two page sheet of gestetnered copy was handed out to...

OBITUARY: A farewell to my mentor Sara Sai Aung Tun

As I opened up my Facebook on Friday 25 September, the passing away of Sara (Saya in Burmese) Sai Aung Tun were sporadically posted...

NO MORE ETHNIC BLANK CHECK FOR NLD : Coalition-building in the air ?

As November 8 election date draws nearer, all contesting parties scrambled to start the campaign season on how they will strategise to win votes...

MANAGING BURMA’S ETHNIC CONFLICT: Subjugation and suppression lead to secession urge Part IV Conclusion

Finally, we are now at a stage to look into the territories controlled or operated by the ethnic armed organizations (EAOs), which cover contested...

MANAGING BURMA’S ETHNIC CONFLICT: Subjugation and suppression lead to secession urge (Part III)

How many countries do we actually have today? Thus, it is not a wonder that there are many states or countries which are not U.N....

MANAGING BURMA’S ETHNIC CONFLICT: Subjugation and suppression lead to secession urge (Part II)

The urge for total independence have always been there for the non-Bamar ethnic nationalities. The clear indication that they were desperate all along could...

MANAGING BURMA’S ETHNIC CONFLICT: Subjugation and suppression lead to secession urge (Part I)

With the ethnic conflict war of more than 72 years, a time span as old as the country's independence from the British when in...

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