Olivia Cable in Naypyitaw is gearing up for this year's major military parade.
Both countries have overcome a lingering colonial hangover, writes Nicholas Farrelly.
New book provides eyewitness account of country's incredible reforms.
Democracies need open and vibrant education systems, writes Nicholas Farrelly.
Trevor Wilson on the country’s likely leaders and how they are likely to lead.
Nostalgia misses the costs that came with long-term economic paralysis, writes Nicholas Farrelly.
Why ending conflict with a collective of armed forces is vital to Myanmar's future.
Will Myanmar's civil society help or hinder political change?
Prosperous and peaceful provincial towns should be the priority for the NLD, writes Nicholas Farrelly.
What chance do democracy's ladies in waiting, Aung San Suu Kyi and Hillary Clinton, have, asks Nehginpao Kipgen.
Women's experiences of conflict and violence critical to country's democratic development, writes Jenny Hedström.
Myanmar's parliamentary speakers should be applauded for stepping down, writes Nicholas Farrelly.
Luke Corbin looks at the spillover from fluid copyright laws and nationalism.
Trevor Wilson surveys the country's prospects under its new government.
The party's cone of silence isn’t a departure from old-style dictatorial practice, writes Nicholas Farrelly.
Engaging local people in the short-term is key to ongoing peace and change.
Chit Win narrows down the field to identity the most likely candidate.
Ethno-nationalism put to the test in recent elections, writes Nicholas Farrelly.
Myanmar's champion of democracy must win over former military masters.
Nicholas Farrelly examines Kachin politics in the wake of Myanmar's November election.