Looking toward 2030: The Future of Aid

February 15, 2019

A decade until 2030 looks like a long time, but not when the world is faced with crises on multiple fronts that require sustained action. The world was intended to be a better place when the international community pledged commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) after the...

The Rohingya Crisis: What to Watch for in 2019

January 02, 2019

Bangladesh and the UN must continue to work together to improve the conditions for nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees. The year 2018 was a dire and desperate year for the Rohingya minority from western Myanmar. Two-thirds of the population that had been living in western Rakhine State before the...

The Reuters Case in Myanmar Is a Wake Up Call

September 08, 2018

For all those who remain deeply committed to Myanmar’s reform process, the Reuters case is yet another wake up call. The government of Myanmar and its de facto head, Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, are facing renewed international condemnation after two Reuters journalists, Wa Lone and...

The World Must Recognize the Cause of the Rohingya Crisis

June 07, 2018

In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Thomas MacManus, editor-in-chief of State Crime Journal. The humanitarian catastrophe in Myanmar’s Rakhine State has been described as the world's most urgent refugee crisis. The roots of the ethnic conflict can be traced back to...