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Myanmar’s Future: Assessing China’s Role as a Force for Stability or...

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It is widely believed that the removal of Senior General Min Aung Hlaing from authority is crucial in order to resolve the nation’s unrest...

Sao Harn Yawnghwe: Military Council Destroyed the NCA

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Sao Harn Yawnghwe, a key figure in Burma's peace process, said that the military council has destroyed the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) in a...

RCSS Affirms Commitment to Resolving Political Issues Through Dialogue

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The Restoration Council of Shan State (RCSS) reiterated its commitment to addressing political challenges solely through meetings and discussions. This commitment was deliberated upon and...

One Country, Two Histories: Why the NCA process has failed to...

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History is about facts and who is telling the story. . Smallville TV series According to the first sentence on Page 1 of the 2015 Defense White...

Momentum of The Peace Process Stopped By Military Coup, Says PPST

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The peace process has lost its momentum since the military coup on 1 February 2021, says the Peace Process Steering Team (PPST). The PPST...

Govt Criticized For Asking RCSS Leader to Speak in Burmese at...

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The NLD government has come under fire on social media after allegedly making General Yawd Serk, chairperson of the Restoration Council of Shan...

Govt Will Give RCSS/SSA More PPE For Coronavirus Prevention

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During a teleconference call with the Restoration Council of Shan State/Shan State Army (RCSS/SSA) this Tuesday (June 16), government officials said they would provide...

Framework draft awaits nationwide ceasefire signing

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The draft framework for political dialogue (FPD) is now almost completed to await for the much anticipated Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement signing which is expected...

The Peace Process: What’s next?

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As delegates from each ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) head for the Wa capital of Panghsang aka Pangkham on the Sino-Burmese border, one question: whether...

War and peace process can’t go together

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On 19 April, government owned media reported that a total of 126 soldiers were killed and 359 more injured during the fight in Kokang....

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