The BBC travels to a remote rebel camp in Myanmar
Talks will resume in Myanmar, also known as Burma, on Monday aimed at ending 65 years of civil war and ethnic conflict.
After three years of negotiations between the Burmese government and 16 different armed groups, hopes are high that a nationwide ceasefire agreement is now close.
The plan is for the signing of a ceasefire to lead to a period of political dialogue where a new federal political system is certain to be discussed.
But not everyone is keen to sign up. Many of the rebel groups have signed ceasefire agreements in the past - which have then not delivered any political changes.
Our Myanmar correspondent Jonah Fisher went to meet one of the most reluctant armed groups and sent this special report from the mountains of northern Myanmar.
21 Sep 2014
- From the section Asia