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Could investments derail the peace process in Burma?
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War and Peace – A Woman's View Burma News International Naw K'nyaw Paw, an executive member of the Karen Women's Organization, in an exclusive interview with Karen News spoke about the need for women to be included in peace talks as stipulated...
KNU says demining depends on peace building progressBurma News InternationalPadoh Saw Kwe Htoo Win explained that demining depends on the peace building progress with the government.
Burma: Will investments derail the peace process?
Power struggles, a constitution which deepened divisions and stormy rebellions brought Burma into the world in 1948 after its split from the British Empire. Now also known as Myanmar, the governmen...
After decades of repressive rule, Burma is moving toward democratic reform. By supporting a range of civil society groups, we work to promote open society values and peaceful transition.