She is on a four-day visit to the Southeast Asian nation
Among them, Chinese loggers, former military officials, and dissident journalists
The constitution bars Suu Kyi from seeking the presidency
The offensive reportedly resulted in "significant" militant casualties
The Nobel Peace Prize laureate is scheduled to meet both President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang
New Delhi wants its neighbors to know it can no longer be pushed around, analysts say
"They deserve to be treated like we all deserve to be treated—with dignity and respect"
Lessons from Vietnam's refugee crisis of the 1970s can help the Rohingya refugees of today
Thousands of migrants have fled oppression only to meet death on the seas—or face an uncertain future in refugee camps
Southeast Asian countries have been accused of playing "maritime ping-pong"
Nearly 4,000 people remain stranded at sea with dwindling supplies
Some 30,000 people fled their homes each day in 2014. Among them were many Rohingya
Fighting between Burma's border-dwelling ethnic rebels and the central government is making Beijing increasingly tetchy
Students and monks were peacefully calling for changes to the country's education bill
Two Burmese were also jailed in what critics deem the latest instance of spiraling religious intolerance in the Southeast Asian nation
Students oppose Burma's new education law, which activists say restricts academic freedom
Hopes for a prolonged truce appear to be fading in the war-torn nation
Clouded leopards were the most common cats surveyed for sale
As its political reforms stall, Burma is in danger of regressing. Is the democracy icon fighting back hard enough
As its reforms stall, Burma is again drawing power from its military past. Is democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi fighting back hard enough?