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BURMA’S CIVIL WAR IN ARAKAN:  Achieving military victory through crime against humanity?

Burma or Myanmar ethnic conflict wars are fought by the military or Tatmadaw using coded colors. White is an insurgent free government control area;...

Displaced Shan villagers along Shan-Thai border in limbo

The Shan Human Rights Foundation (SHRF) and Shan State Refugee Committee-Thai Border (SSRC-TB) published a new report “Shrinking refuge: new threats to refugee security on...

UWSA SALES PITCH: Confederacy promotion the main thrust of 30th anniversary ceasefire celebration

United Wa State Army (UWSA) planned 30th anniversary of signing ceasefire with the then military government is scheduled to be held from April 15...

Shan State re-emerges as illicit narcotics production center

It seems Shan State's stigma of being the epicenter of narcotics production won't go away easily even after nearly three decades of Afghanistan took...

LAST HURRAH OF A LEGEND?

Life mission of SNDP chairman Sai Aik Pao Sai Aik Pao has been deliberately trying to stage a political comeback, ever since his party Shan...

CSSU Chairman Sai Aik Pao: ‘We Failed to Achieve Unity’

As he concludes his final days as CSSU’s head, Sai Aik Pao reflects on his year as chairman, and ongoing conflict in Shan State....

A Brief Commentary on Burma’s/Myanmar’s Civil War : Saw David Tharckabaw

  Written by:  Saw David Tharckabaw, former Vice-Chairman of the Karen National Union and of the United Nationalities Federal Council

THE POPPA MEETING: A Camp David-like peace deal initiative?

Lately, the rumors making the rounds for a few weeks ahead of a Camp David-like meeting, to propel the stagnation of peace negotiation process,...

The founding of NLD 30th anniversary: Another election campaign manifesto?

Another well aimed, forerunner election campaign move in the form of  National League for Democracy (NLD) 30th anniversary founding statement was doled out, last...

Government Forces Search for RCSS/SSA in Central Shan State

Troops reportedly told the Shan army to withdraw to a ‘recognized area’—but Shan soldiers say there is no such agreed-upon territory. Government forces have...

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