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MRAUK-U ARTILLERY FIRING BASES ATTACKED: Accusation and counter-accusation between AA and...

In the night of April 9,  Arakan Army (AA) attacked two Burma army (Tatmadaw) artillery bases in an attempt to destroy the 120mm guns...

UWSA Set to Mark 30th Anniversary of Peace Deal

Despite the longstanding ceasefire, a political settlement is nowhere in sight. The United Wa State Army (UWSA) and its political wing, the United Wa State...

CRPP REVIVAL: 1990 elected MPs geared to form new political party

As the 2020 election is just around the corner and only a year away every political party in Burma is gearing up and preparing...

TATMADAW DAY: General Soe Win speech outlined military’s rigid position

As the peace negotiation talks floundered, due to the Tatmadaw (Myanmar Army) heavy-handedness to the Ethnic Armed Organizations (EAOs), the edginess of the latter...

MEDIA ROW: AA and Tatmadaw engaged in fake war and public...

Lately, a row erupted between the Arakan Army (AA) and Tatmadaw not on the battlefield as has been the case quite intensively for the...

Chair of SNLD’s Muse Branch Re-Elected for 2019 Term

Sai Hla Pe beat out Union parliamentarian Sai Hpoe Myat and state parliamentarian Sai Kyaw Thein for the role. Current chair of the Shan...

GOVERNMENT’S UNWISE POLICY: Directive to annihilate AA leads to peace negotiation...

On March 23, Arakan Army (AA) released battle news report covering the period from March 16 to 23. In its summary, it reported that...

Shan Armed Groups Declare Ceasefire

After months of conflict the RCSS/SSA and SSPP/SSA finally agree to stop fighting. Rival Shan armed groups that have been fighting since the end of...

Positive expectation of Naypyitaw meeting will be minimal

With the flare up incidence of March 18 in Arakan state Marauk-U, where the AA and as well the Tatmadaw are blaming each other...

All Non- NCA Armed Organisations Attending Peace Talks

Ethnic armed groups will meet with the government as a group and then separately with the Myanmar Army. The government's National Reconciliation and Peace Center...

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