You may have noticed that US news media (CNN, the NY Times, etc.) continue to call the country located on Thailand's western border Myanmar, while the British media (BBC, etc.) opt to call that nation Burma. As Myanmar was the name given to the country by a kleptocratic military junta, I see no reason to respect the government's choice of name.
Nevertheless, much as a physician will refer to a patient by the name of her illness on some occasions, and by her own name at other times; at Jotman, I refer to "Myanmar" when I want to emphasize the disease, and "Burma" when I want to emphasize the identity of the patient. Accordingly, I have adapted the practice of using the word "Myanmar" mainly when referring to the military government of Burma (or, as in the previous post, Burma's form of government). Otherwise, when specifying the country, my preferance is to call the place Burma.