Elections see everyday people re-engage with national politics after decades of fear and oppression.
Will a failure to represent Myanmar's ethnic diversity see democracy derailed?
A proliferation of Karen parties and candidates highlights the challenge of political unity.
Thein Sein and the military have a historic opportunity to help ensure change in Myanmar.
Artistic freedom flourishes in a new Myanmar. But there are still risks.
Is Myanmar finally on the path to peace, and will Sunday’s election spell an end to decades of conflict?
Washington’s interest will wane in the wake of Sunday’s vote. But it shouldn't, writes Hunter Marston.
Aung San Suu Kyi sets herself "above the president". Is she the mother of dragons?
Voters in Karen State are caught between ethnic loyalties and national dreams.
Will elections change the male face of public life in Myanmar, asks Khin Khin Mra.
Race and religious tensions in Myanmar could impact Sunday's election result.
Should the world engage with Myanmar's 'extreme monks' and newest political force?
The regional organisation has little say but much to gain with Myanmar’s elections Sunday.
This Sunday’s election marks another milestone in the slow march toward a more open and prosperous society.
Could Myanmar's post-election transfer of power derail democracy. Chit Win surveys the risks.
International interest in Myanmar's elections a major positive, writes Trevor Wilson.
Civil society must play an important role in consolidating Myanmar's democratic transition, writes Helen James.
Colourful rallies and a solidarity in hope set the scene for Myanmar's election.
Like a dour brylcreemed uncle, Beijing will be warning Naypyitaw about all this change-y, hope-y stuff come 8 November.