Conflict in Burma

RANGOON -- They operate in the shadows, slipping by moonlight from safe house to safe house, changing their cellphones to hide their tracks and meeting under cover of monasteries or clinics to plot changes that have eluded their country for 46 years.
 
BOGALAY, Burma -- Two months after a cyclone savaged the fertile Irrawaddy Delta, in Burma's southwest, the bones of drowning victims still clutter the muddy banks of waterways.
 
RANGOON -- Seven weeks after huge swaths of Burma were savaged by a cyclone and tidal wave, a new and remarkable citizen movement is delivering emergency supplies to survivors neglected by the military government's haphazard relief effort.
 
U.S. strives to check Burma's military trade with N. Korea (Post, March 4, 2010)
 
Burma gives activist from Md. 3 years (Post, February 11, 2010)
 
Along China's border with Burma, a flow of human cargo: With innocuous movement of day laborers comes trafficking of women and children for marriage, adoption -- and worse (Post, December 26, 2009)
 
U.S. attacks banks' Iranian ties: Justice Dept. secures $536 million fine from Credit Suisse (Post, December 17, 2009)
 
Scant details on reaction to U.S. envoys' Burma visit (Post, November 6, 2009)
 
ASEAN summit hits snag on new rights panel (Post, October 24, 2009)
 
In Sumatra, a Search for Quake Survivors: A Second Temblor Hits As the Toll Nears 800 (Post, October 2, 2009)
 
Burma Releases Detained American: Webb Says He Also Requested Suu Kyi's Freedom (Post, August 17, 2009)
 
Sen. Webb to Visit Burma in Wake of American's Arrest (Post, August 14, 2009)
 
Nepal's Environmental Issues Could Risk the Land's Beauty (Post, August 1, 2009)
 
Burmese Court Hears Final Arguments in Trial of Nobel Laureate Suu Kyi (Post, July 29, 2009)
 
North Korea Derides Clinton, Calls Her Remarks 'Vulgar' (Post, July 24, 2009)
 
U.S. Offers Burma Possible Benefits: Clinton Wants Nobel Laureate Released (Post, July 23, 2009)
 
U.S. Concerns Growing About N. Korean Military Ties With Burma (Post, July 22, 2009)
 
Burma's Offer of Amnesty Met With Cautious Optimism (Post, July 14, 2009; 12:02 PM)
 
Burma's Trial of Suu Kyi Hinders Cyclone Relief: Aid Groups Cite International Outrage (Post, June 11, 2009)
 
Observers At Suu Kyi Trial Again Restricted: U.N. Chief Plans To Seek a Meeting With Junta Leader (Post, May 22, 2009)
 
Suu Kyi Trial Opened To Envoys, Journalists (Post, May 21, 2009)
 
U.S. Seeks New Tack on Burma: Carrot-and-Stick Approach May Replace Sanctions Diplomacy (Post, April 12, 2009)
 
On Clinton's Travels, a Duality in Style: Unlike Straight Talk in Asia Trip, Caution Rules Mideast and Europe Visits (Post, March 8, 2009)
 
Asian Summit Ends Without Specific Economic Solutions (Post, March 2, 2009)
 
Asian Summit Snags on Human Rights: Activists Pull Out of Meeting After Ultimatum by Burma and Cambodia (Post, March 1, 2009)
 
Clinton's Candor Abroad Draws Mixed Reviews (Post, February 23, 2009)
 
Burma Begins Release of Thousands: Activists Say Few Are Political Prisoners (Post, February 23, 2009)
 
Clinton Says U.S. Seeks Unity With Muslim World: Burma, N. Korea Also Major Topics in Tokyo (Post, February 18, 2009)
 
More News
© 2007 The Washington Post Company