Burma’s Ethno-Political ...

By Nehginpao Kipgen  The China Post – August 30, 2009   Without addressing the root cause of the problems, the Burmese...

read more

A possible way out

By Nehginpao Kipgen  The Washington Times – August 18, 2009   Engagement may work; isolation has not   To allay international...

read more

Militarization as the only alt...

By Ngamjahao Kipgen   In the past few weeks, Manipur has witnessed bandhs and strikes called by many hill-based organizations...

read more

Breakdown in the Rule of Law i...

By George T. Haokip   MANIPUR with a population of some 23 lakhs is a land where human rights have no place. Here life is mort hen a...

read more

India’s Policy On Burma Is Dis...

By Nehginpao Kipgen The Brunei Times – June 6, 2009 India is an immediate neighbor of Burma, a country which has been plagued by...

read more

U.S. can be most effective nat...

By Nehginpao Kipgen Asian Tribune – March 04, 2009 The U.S. isolationist policy, coupled by sanctions, is intended to punish the...

read more

Thailand’s Teetering Policy an...

By Nehginpao Kipgen   The Brunei Times – January 28, 2009   Thai’s new hope for Myanmar   There appears to be a...

read more

My Vision for the Kuki People

By PS Haokip History has never been kind to people who cannot rise to create and write it. Our forefathers have created history, in a...

read more

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...

read more