This paper studies the reasons why Myanmar Peace Negotiation Process has dynamically been triggered since 2011 and how far the policy formulating and decision making for those has been running on the road map or political framework. The paper explains the problems that challenge the negotiations on the political framework among the actors - the Government, Myanmar Armed Forces, and the Ethnic Armed Groups (EAGs) and shows how the foreign countries such as the United States, the neighboring countries (China, Bangladesh, and Thailand) influence on Myanmar Peace Process. This paper also explains the differences between National Level Peace Agreement and Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA). In terms of the current political climate, the government, however, enthusiastically emphasizes on National Reconciliation and Peace Process as the first prioritized, the international observers critique how the process brings the climax to a standstill or seems to be downward slope. The article also outlines the influence of the abovementioned peace process on the modern politics in the ASEAN and South- East Asian region.