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With Myanmar facing turbulent times and international criticism for its treatment of the Rohingya minority, we revisit a report that explores another controversial aspect of the country: its opium production.
The Rohingya have faced years of persecution in Myanmar. This 2015 report uncovered the vast network trafficking refugees to Thailand, exposing the cruelty and horrors of hidden camps and mass graves.
Since the stifling junta eased its grip on the nation, dramatic change is evident in some parts of Myanmar while in other corners deprivation prevails. Can it harness the new commercial influx to benefit everyone?
Having long been closed off to the outside world, Burma is now lifting the curtain and making staggering democratic reforms. But will the regime really pass power to its people in the upcoming elections?
After months of negotiation, this report secured an exclusive and rare interview with Burma's Suu Kyi. A powerhouse of ideas, she explains her vision for Burma and her relationship with the government.
Not for the first time, Buddhist monks are driving the protests in Burma. But how can a philosophy based on reconciliation become involved in a violent uprising to overthrow an oppressive regime?
What really happened the night that Aung Sang Suu Kyi was arrested? Did the military try to kill her?
US and Thai troops have joined forces in tackling the huge drugs problem in the Golden Triangle in Myanmar - but it is a political minefield.