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Presenter of BBC's HardTalk, Stephen Sackur interviewed President Thein Sein on September 29 2012 in New York. (Photo: http://www.president-office.gov.mm)

Is President of Burma worthy of Nobel Peace Prize?

By Tue, Oct 09, 2012 1:09AM UTC Comments Off Presenter of BBC's HardTalk, Stephen Sackur interviewed President Thein Sein on September 29 2012 in New York. (Photo: http://www.president-office.gov.mm)

President of Burma (Myanmar) U Thein Sein, at the invitation of President of South Korea Mr Lee Myung-bak, left Nay-pyi-taw for the Republic of Korea on Sunday (7 October) to pay a goodwill visit. The President’s delegation members are Union Ministers Wunna Maung Lwin, Soe Thein, Tin Naing Thein, Khin Maung Soe, Aye Myint, Region...

Peace a long way off in Burma’s war-torn Kachin State

By Wed, Mar 14, 2012 9:16PM UTC 1 Comment

Armed clashes between the Burma Army and the armed wing of Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) resumed in northern Burma on Monday (March 12) after both sides failed to reach an agreement during the latest round of peace talks (March 8-10) in China, Kachin News Group (KNG) said. On Monday afternoon in northern Shan state’s Muse...

Burma must end civil war ahead of reforms

By Wed, Feb 22, 2012 12:33AM UTC Comments Off

What really happened to people in Kachin State? Why don’t thegovernment’s armed forces stop fighting there? Who is taking advantage of this unreasonable war? There are lots of questions relating to this inhumane war launched by Burmese government against the Kachin ethnic people. If current government has genuine political reform plan, first of all it...