Myanmar’s religious malaise goes online

Myanmar’s infant information culture is helping to spread high-risk Islamophobia, reports Gerard McCarthy

19 Dec 13 | Comments (0)

Back to work in Myanmar

Thomas Kean gauges local reaction to Barack Obama’s historic visit

21 Nov 12 | Comments (0)

Burma’s next big challenge

As the recent violence in the west of Burma shows, the government has yet to deal effectively with remaining ethnic conflicts, writes Nicholas Farrelly. The benefits of a comprehensive settlement would be enormous

02 Nov 12 | Comments (0)

Summit manoeuvres at ASEAN

The big powers were on the minds of ASEAN leaders meeting in the Cambodian capital, writes Norman Abjorensen in Phnom Penh

08 Apr 12 | Comments (1)

Burma’s parliament emerges from the shadows

While international attention has focused on the main personalities negotiating historic changes in Burma, the national legislature has begun flexing its muscles, writes our correspondent in Rangoon

26 Mar 12 | Comments (1)

Burma and the road to normality

Recently returned from Burma, Nicholas Farrelly looks at a series of remarkable changes, and the journey ahead

08 Mar 12 | Comments (0)

Among Asia’s giants

With the right leadership Burma could undoubtedly use its position between China and India to its advantage, writes Nicholas Farrelly

21 Dec 11 | Comments (1)

“We cannot achieve what we want with hatred. We need a situation where everybody wins, including the military”

A year after Burma’s first general election in two decades, our correspondent in Rangoon finds encouraging signs of political and social change

01 Nov 11 | Comments (1)