Fredo Rockwell talks to dissident and original pro-democracy protester Linn Thant about the National Unity Government movement and its plans to end military rule
Dominic Hauschild reports on the arrest and detention of former British Ambassador to Myanmar Vicky Bowman
Emboldened by a sense of international impunity, a number of repressive regimes are subjecting their Muslim populations to imprisonment and subjugation, reports Mobashra Tazamal
Stephen Delahunty speaks to a British citizen who was arrested by soldiers following the military coup in the country last year
Two months since the coup began, thousands have been detained and at least 550 have been killed – including more than 40 children – reports Tommy Walker
Exclusive to print for a month, Peter Oborne shares his observations of the political scene, at home and abroad. Here is his February column
Steve Shaw reports on the loans that connect British banks to a telecommunications firm that provides money for Myanmar’s military, which has been accused of genocide
The President’s attempts to prematurely claim an election victory has the potential to destroy American moral leadership, says Steve Shaw
Steve Shaw reports on new revelations which reveal the extent to which Myanmar’s military is working against the country’s citizens – all under the blind eye of Aung San Suu Kyi
The often overlooked story of the African soldiers who risked their lives and left their families to fight for the British must finally be recognised – as the sacrifice of their white counterparts is
Steve Shaw reports on Myanmar’s jade industry, which operates in secrecy and has helped finance the country’s decades-long ethnic conflicts
Tasnim Nazeer looks at the impact of Myanmar’s denial of COVID-19 on its own citizens and the rest of the world.
With Aung San Suu Kyi due to appear at the UN’s highest court tomorrow to face questions over Myanmar’s persecution of its Rohingya Muslims, Tasnim Nazeer explores why the international community must stand up against its intimidation of those fighting for justice.
Steve Shaw explains the attempts by The Gambia and Argentina to hold Myanmar’s military to account over the killing of tens of thousands of people belonging to the country’s Muslim minority.
Anti-Muslim animus within the ranks of India and China’s security forces remains extreme, so how can they be called upon to protect the Muslim minority exiled from Myanmar?
The United Nations has urged the international community to sever ties to companies linked to the Myanmar military, which has perpetrated genocide towards its Rohingya population.
CJ Werleman documents his conversations with Faisal Thar Thakin, a Rohingya Muslim who has been held in the kingdom’s notorious Shumaisi detention centre for the past six years.
CJ Werleman on why the international community should hang its head in shame over its failure to help stop the genocide still ongoing in Myanmar.