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Myanmar

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Notice regarding "A Damning Tale of Megaprojects in Myanmar".

From triumph to tests: Myanmar after the vote

Special panel to explore what comes after Aung San Suu Kyi’s thumping election win.

The realities of power in Myanmar

Andrew Selth on 10 ways Myanmar's military can make life very difficult for Aung San Suu Kyi.

Taking new paths

After elections in Myanmar comes hope, opportunity and major challenges.

A school and the vote

Olivia Cable reports on how a humble school in Myanmar got swept up by history.

The president and the proxy

Who will be the new president of Myanmar, and what is Aung San Suu Kyi's role?

Myanmar moves forward

What role for Myanmar’s long-ruling military after the country’s “new dawn”?

Elections just the beginning

Aung San Suu Kyi will need to deal with Myanmar's military if politics is to work for her.

Censorship and the vote

Journalists enjoy ‘relative freedom’ as Myanmar takes to the polls.

The military, civil servants and the vote

Olivia Cable gives a snapshot of the vote in Naypyitaw... and what came next.

After the vote

It is the struggle and compromise that comes after today’s vote that will prove most important of all.

National League for Democracy (NLD) supporters celebrate their victory in parliamentary elections outside party headquarters on April 1, 2012 in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images.

The people and the vote

Elections see everyday people re-engage with national politics after decades of fear and oppression.

Aung San Suu Kyi and the vote

Democracy’s darling not the only key to Myanmar’s future.

The Arab Spring and the vote

No Oscars for the Tatmadaw as Facebook video flops.

Kachin soldier. Photo by Allyson Neville-Morgan on flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/anevillemorgan/

Ethnic conflict and the vote

Will a failure to represent Myanmar's ethnic diversity see democracy derailed?

Karen parties and the vote

A proliferation of Karen parties and candidates highlights the challenge of political unity.

Leaders and the vote

Thein Sein and the military have a historic opportunity to help ensure change in Myanmar.

Artists in red and the vote

Artistic freedom flourishes in a new Myanmar. But there are still risks.

The peace deal and the vote

Is Myanmar finally on the path to peace, and will Sunday’s election spell an end to decades of conflict?

The United States and the vote

Washington’s interest will wane in the wake of Sunday’s vote. But it shouldn't, writes Hunter Marston.

A press conference and the vote

Aung San Suu Kyi sets herself "above the president". Is she the mother of dragons?

Religion and the vote

Divisive issue will need to be carefully managed after Sunday's election.

Minorities and the vote

Voters in Karen State are caught between ethnic loyalties and national dreams.

A masculine Myanmar and the vote

Will elections change the male face of public life in Myanmar, asks Khin Khin Mra.