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Military wants NCA signed before 8 August

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Sources recently returning from Naypyitaw say generals who have been participating in the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) negotiations with the ethnic armed organizations (EAOs)...

PERSPECTIVE: Constitutional Amendments, Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement and November Election

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With the announcement of November 8 nationwide election, the linkage of the constitutional amendment debacle and on going problematic Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) issues...

Making it hard what’s easy

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Making it hard what’s easy That’s the way of the world This passage from acclaimed songwriter Sai Kham Lake’s Thake Chit Ya De Nwe Tin (Most...

KOKANG CONFLICT: Rejection of unilateral ceasefire a wise choice?

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It seems the Thein Sein regime's wait and see stance to the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA) unilateral ceasefire announcement is very short-lived....

Ethnic negotiation team: Door to peaceful resolution opened

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The 19 month old Nationwide Ceasefire Coordination Team (NCCT), set up by the ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) at the Kachin base of Laiza in...

In the aftermath of Law Khee Lar Summit, Peace Process looks...

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With the Law Khee Lar Summit Meeting of Ethnic Armed Organizations (EAOs)’ leaders, from 2 to 9 June, coming to an end, the question...

Law Khee Lar EAO summit: Day to Day

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Day One. 2 June 2015 17 out of 21 EAOs attend. Chairs: Mutu, N'Banla and Khun Myint Tun. Chair message: NCA will pave the way for...

Breaching of Panglong Agreement the Main Cause of Ethnic Conflict

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One remarkable thing that has happened at Ethnic Armed Organizations (EAOs) Summit Meeting, is that UN Representative Vijay Nambiar's speech delivered, on the first...

Speech at Opening of Ethnic Armed Organization Summit

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2 June 2015 Distinguished Leaders of the Ethnic Armed Organizations, Respected NCCT members and delegates. Dear friends. I am honored to be invited here today at the...

The NCCT: Doing the best of a bad job

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Twante Thein Tan, the late Burmese singer of Shan descent, had sung: I'd engage in a hundred hot wars But never one amorous war again Well, we...

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