Myanmar’s Muslim crackdown “has been decades in the making.”
Any future success will be built on the blood of the Rohingya.
Washington opts for tepid rhetoric and behind-the-scenes diplomacy rather than confronting Myanmar over what some call “ethnic cleansing.”
Myanmar is carrying out ‘devastating cruelty’ against minority group, U.N. charges.
Some experts fear that the decision will hurt America's ability to influence Myanmar's most troubled sectors.
A fledgling peace summit brought together democracy leaders, military chiefs, and warring ethnic rebels. But it didn’t go all that smoothly.
No, the country's remarkable democratic transition hasn't been perfect. But its critics should keep in mind how much has already been accomplished.
The country’s democratic transformation will mean little unless it can bring peace to long-suffering ethnic minorities.
For the Rohingya, Burma’s new democratic government is little better than the old dictatorship.
Myanmar's new leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, wants U.S. diplomats to sweep the country's persecution of Rohingya Muslims under the rug.
Aung San Suu Kyi won’t be her country’s next president. But she’s not about to let that stop her from running the show.
For the first time in five decades, a democratic government is taking power in Burma. But there are plenty of problems ahead.