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The Original Purpose of Chin National Day & Federalism

By Jonathan Thang

Today, I would like to greet all the Burmese and friends from far and near, around the World, on “the 74th of Chin National Day”.

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Military Coup in Burma: One year on, what next?

A short conversation with the head of Norwegian churches’ bishop Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit (Ph.D.)

Jonathan (MBF’s representataive and Dr. Olav (Head of Norwegian Chruches & general secretary of the World Council of Churches)

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Martial Law & Human shield

Min Aung Hlaing might use the option of human shield by implementing mandatory to serve military by every citizen. But why, according to a former military serviceman who defected to resistance forces. (Read the full article in the Burmese language)

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No Space for Narrow Minded in Burma’s Revolution Process

Author: Taungzalatt Matupi

တော်လှန်ရေးအောင်ပြီးရင် ဂြိုလ်တစ်ခုစီမှာ နေတော့မယ့်အလား ဖြစ်နေကြပါလား… တစ်ချို့သောမျိုးနွယ်စုများကို ပြောချင်ပါတယ်။ ဖြစ်စဥ်ကို ဓမ္မဓိဠာန်းကျကျ စဥ်းစားသုံးသပ် လုပ်ဆောင်ကြဖို့လိုပါတယ်။ တစ်နွယ်ငင် တစ်စင်ပါဆိုသလို အားလုံးဟာ တစ်ခုနဲ့တစ်ခု အမှီတကဲပြုနေကြပါတယ်။

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Mitch McConnell’s commitment to freedom & democracy in Burma

Author: Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, is the Senate Republican Leader.

Burma has been back in the news lately, and for all the wrong reasons. In February, the country’s military seized power from the democratically-elected government, imprisoned civilian leaders and civil society activists, and launched a brutal crackdown against its people.

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Accountability in Democracy

Beware. Democracy depends on accountability. Accountability provides checks on unbridled power. If abuses of power go unchallenged, those who wield it will only consolidate their power further. It’s a vicious cycle that erodes faith in democracy itself.

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Burma’s Dark Days

(Open Letter from Charlie Artingstoll)

Last month, I was arrested, detained at gun-point by 12 heavily armed soldiers, in Yangon. The trauma experienced by people in Myanmar since the coup, 4 months ago, is pretty hard to put into words.

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