Latest EBO Background papers:
The MNDAA offensive: Implications for the Myanmar Peace Process - EBO Background Paper No. 2/2017 - 10 April 2017
A Dangerous Calculation: The Northern Alliance – Burma (NA-B) Offensives in Shan State - EBO Background Paper No. 1/2017 - 1 February 2017 - More..
Update by the Shan Human Rights Foundation: Burma Army provokes fighting with Shan NCA signatory, shells civilian areas, displacing 2,000 in Mong Kung - also available in also available in Burmese and Tai (Shan) - 12 October 2016
An Urgent Appeal to End Indiscriminate Killings of Rohingya in Northern Rakhine State - the European Rohingya Council - 11 October 2016
Rohingya civilians under attacks, demand urgent protection - Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO) Press Release - 11 October 2016
Joint Statement: Stop Killing Innocent Rohingyas in Arakan - 10 October 2016
U.S. Peace Corps sends volunteers to Myanmar for second time in history
From Mizzima - May 30, 2017, noon
Transport experts encourage Myanmar to adopt PPP model
From Myanmar Times - May 30, 2017, noon
Myanmar pulled by Chinese influence despite U.S. overtures
From Associated Press - May 30, 2017, noon
Aussie lawyers land in Myanmar for rule of law initiative
From Lawyers Weekly - May 30, 2017, 6 a.m.
Mixed results at latest Panglong peace conference
From Frontier Myanmar - May 30, 2017, 6 a.m.
New industrial zone to be set up in Chin State
From Eleven Media Group - May 30, 2017, 6 a.m.
UN Names Fact-Finding Mission Members
From The Irrawaddy - May 30, 2017, 6 a.m.
Finally, a college in the Chin hills
From Frontier Myanmar - May 29, 2017, 4:43 p.m.
Myanmar peace conference to enter union agreement on 33 points after reaching consent
From Xinhua - May 29, 2017, 4:40 p.m.
Myanmar invites partnerships for transportation projects
From The Nation - May 29, 2017, 3:36 p.m.
Asia’s next great commercial hub? By ELI MEIXLER
Myanmar’s hard road to democracy By The EAF Editorial Group
Aung San Suu Kyi amends her stand on constitutional reform By SITHU AUNG MYINT
Aung San Suu Kyi disappoints on Myanmar's road to 'democracy'. By David I. Steinberg
Myanmar Offshore Supply Base Development: Further Chaos or Progress? By Andre Wheeler
Banning Ma Ba Tha was pointless and dangerous By Jacob Goldberg
Can Myanmar’s peace process learn from international experience? By JOHN PAUL LEDERACH, STEPHEN GRAY & MADHAV JOSHI
Myanmar could be game changer for BRI By Khin Su Wai
Working for a peaceful transition to democracy:
- Assisting in negotiations to end 65 years of armed conflict
- Helping build democratic institutions
- Empowering civil society and local communities
- Advocating for policies to sustain the transition