Aung San Suu Kyi
World  /  Published 18.09.21

700,000 without Net in Myanmar

Around 700,000 people in Myanmar are estimated to have lost Internet access after attacks on telecommunication equipment run by Mytel, the partly army-controlled company said amid reports that dozens ...
By Reuters in Bangkok

World  /  Published 14.09.21

Unwell Aung San Suu Kyi skips hearing

Deposed Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi was unable to appear at a court hearing on Monday for health reasons, a member of her legal team said, describing her condition as dizziness caused by motion si...
By Reuters in Washington

World  /  Published 08.09.21

Fiery Myanmar monk Wirathu freed

Myanmar’s military authorities have freed from jail a nationalist Buddhist monk, Ashin Wirathu, after dropping sedition charges filed during the rule of the ousted government of Aung San Suu Kyi...
By Reuters in Bangkok

World  /  Published 02.08.21

Junta extends rule by 2 years

Six months to the day after Myanmar’s military staged a coup and imposed a reign of terror over the country, the junta’s leader, Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing, said on Sunday that a national...
By Hannah Beech

Opinion  /  Published 25.07.21

In search of actually existing fascism

When politically mobilized majorities (or politicians acting in their name) single out minorities for oppression, writers reach for historically loaded comparisons. Marine Le Pen, Viktor Orbán,...
By Mukul Kesavan


World  /  Published 13.07.21

Suu Kyi to face new charges

Lawyers for ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Monday they have been informed by the military-installed government that four new charges of corruption have been filed against her. The mil...
By AP in Bangkok

World  /  Published 01.07.21

Myanmar frees 2,000 detainees

Myanmar freed more than 2,000 detainees on Wednesday, among them journalists and others who the ruling military said had been held on incitement charges for taking part in protests, local media report...
By Reuters in Bangkok

World  /  Published 11.06.21

Suu Kyi took bribe: Myanmar authorities

The Anti-Corruption Commission in military-ruled Myanmar has found that ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi accepted bribes and misused her authority to gain advantageous terms in real estate deals, govern...
By AP in Bangkok

World  /  Published 25.05.21

Suu Kyi's first court visit since coup

For the first time since Myanmar’s military locked her up in a pre-dawn raid as part of its coup on February 1, Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of Myanmar’s ousted civilian government, was se...
By Hannah Beech in Bangkok

Opinion  /  Published 25.05.21

The Tatmadaw’s political genes

Much has been said about the brutal military coup in Myanmar. But one question remains inadequately addressed. Why is Myanmar so prone to military coups? Indeed, it has been under military rule for mo...
By Pradip Phanjoubam


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