Obama Likely to Lean on Indone...

By Nehginpao Kipgen   The Irrawaddy – March 27, 2009   In less than 100 days in the White House, President Barack...

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KNO, UPF and the SoO: Long wal...

By David Buhril  Eighteen armed groups from the camps of KNO and UPF recently signed for suspension of operations with the Government...

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Ethnic tension and minority pe...

By Nehginpao Kipgen   Asian Tribune – April 25, 2008 When exploring the probable solution for the Union of Burma’s...

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Don’t Blame Gambari!

By Nehginpao Kipgen   The Irrawaddy – March 14, 2008   Ibrahim Gambari, a seasoned Nigerian diplomat who has been...

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The truth and legality of the ...

By Sao Noan Oo June 28, 2007: In the article, “Conflicting Interests Impede Burma’s Democratisation” written by Nehginpao...

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What does ‘Union DayR...

By Nehginpao Kipgen The Irrawaddy – February 14, 2007   Union Day history starts at Panglong in southern Shan State on...

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Burma is looming: Pragmatic ch...

By Nehginpao Kipgen The topsy-turvy socio-political climax has sidelined Burma at the international arena. Juggling of facts in...

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