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Myanmar Junta Sends Representative to ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting

Myanmar Junta Sends Representative to ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting

By Sebastian Strangio
Marlar Than Htaik, the permanent secretary of the junta's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is attending this week's two-day retreat in Laos.
Myanmar Court Sets March Auction for Imprisoned Leader’s Villa

Myanmar Court Sets March Auction for Imprisoned Leader’s Villa

By Sebastian Strangio
The lakeside villa, where Aung San Suu Kyi spent more than 15 years under house arrest, will go under the hammer on March 20.

The Myanmar Junta Is Losing Its Foreign Backers

The Myanmar Junta Is Losing Its Foreign Backers

By Ivan U. Klyszcz and Harold Chambers
Increasingly, the junta has no one to lean on except for a distracted Russia.

The Myanmar Junta: Live by the Gun, Die by the Gun?

The Myanmar Junta: Live by the Gun, Die by the Gun?

By Rahman Yaacob
Current trends suggest Myanmar’s military regime will be toppled the same way it came to power: through the use of force.

India Mulls an End to Myanmar Free Movement Border Zone

India Mulls an End to Myanmar Free Movement Border Zone

By Luke Hunt
The development comes at a time that the junta is struggling with a forced recruitment campaign.
Rohingya Ocean Death Toll Worst in Nearly a Decade, UN Says

Rohingya Ocean Death Toll Worst in Nearly a Decade, UN Says

By Sebastian Strangio
Deteriorating conditions in the refugee camps of Bangladesh are pushing increasing numbers of people to take their chances on dangerous sea voyages.

Myanmar Military Tribunal Sentences Brigadier Generals to Death for Kokang Surrender

Myanmar Military Tribunal Sentences Brigadier Generals to Death for Kokang Surrender

By Sebastian Strangio
The sentences come at a time of growing discontent with the leadership of junta chief Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing.
Myanmar Military Breaks China-Brokered Ceasefire, Resistance Groups Say

Myanmar Military Breaks China-Brokered Ceasefire, Resistance Groups Say

By Sebastian Strangio
The collapse of the agreement brokered in Kunming on Friday demonstrates the limits of Chinese influence in northern Myanmar.

New ASEAN Envoy on Myanmar Meets Junta Chief on First Mission

New ASEAN Envoy on Myanmar Meets Junta Chief on First Mission

By Sebastian Strangio
Alounkeo Kittikhoun is undertaking his first mission to Myanmar after taking up the rotating post at the start of this month.

ASEAN Chair Laos Appoints Special Envoy on Myanmar

ASEAN Chair Laos Appoints Special Envoy on Myanmar

By Sebastian Strangio
The appointment of the veteran diplomat Alounkeo Kittikhoun is unlikely to do much to arrest the momentum of the country's conflict.

Chinese Official Meets Myanmar Junta Chief as Rebels Capture Key Town

Chinese Official Meets Myanmar Junta Chief as Rebels Capture Key Town

By Sebastian Strangio
The two sides pledged to "jointly maintain peace and stability on the China-Myanmar border" and fight telecom scam operations.
Good Rebels or Good Timing?: Myanmar’s MNDAA and Operation 1027

Good Rebels or Good Timing?: Myanmar’s MNDAA and Operation 1027

By Yaolong Xian
The rebel group has shed its reputation as an opium trafficking syndicate and pledged itself to the Spring Revolution. Is its transformation more than skin deep?

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