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Arakan Army on Collision Course with the Military in Myanmar’s Rakhine State
June 07, 2022

Arakan Army on Collision Course with the Military in Myanmar’s Rakhine State

By Thomas Kean
While many hope that the AA will join the fight against the military junta, a return to war would be devastating for the people of Rakhine.

Blaze in Rohingya Refugee Camp Leaves 2,000 Homeless
March 09, 2022

Blaze in Rohingya Refugee Camp Leaves 2,000 Homeless

By Sebastian Strangio
The fire in Kutupalong, the world's largest refugee camp, was the sixth so far this year.
Myanmar Military Clashes With Arakan Army, Threatening Ceasefire
February 08, 2022

Myanmar Military Clashes With Arakan Army, Threatening Ceasefire

By Sebastian Strangio
The Rakhine nationalist force has the clout to reshape the contours of Myanmar's post-coup crisis.

Myanmar’s Army Is Fighting a Multi-Front War
November 24, 2021

Myanmar’s Army Is Fighting a Multi-Front War

By Robert Bociaga
Is the Tatmadaw getting overstretched?

After Myanmar’s Military Coup, Arakan Army Accelerates Implementation of the ‘Way of Rakhita’
April 14, 2021

After Myanmar’s Military Coup, Arakan Army Accelerates Implementation of the ‘Way of Rakhita’

By Kyaw Hsan Hlaing
Despite its support for the national protest movement, various factors have contributed to the armed group’s relative silence since the coup.

Amid Coup Fears, Myanmar’s Election Commission Rejects Army Election Fraud Claims
January 29, 2021

Amid Coup Fears, Myanmar’s Election Commission Rejects Army Election Fraud Claims

By Sebastian Strangio
The NLD's November landslide has sharpened the rivalry between the civilian government and the Myanmar military.

Ceasefire Raises Hopes of Elections in Myanmar’s Rakhine State
December 07, 2020

Ceasefire Raises Hopes of Elections in Myanmar’s Rakhine State

By Sebastian Strangio
The most important obstacle – a ceasefire – is now in place, but many more challenges remain.
A Hitch in the Belt and Road in Myanmar
December 03, 2020

A Hitch in the Belt and Road in Myanmar

By Gene Ryack
A long-running war and COVID-19 muddle development in Kyaukphyu, Myanmar.

Myanmar Calls Off Polling in Rakhine, Shan Conflict Zones
October 19, 2020

Myanmar Calls Off Polling in Rakhine, Shan Conflict Zones

By Sebastian Strangio
The cancellations were expected, but some say the decisions were selective and benefit the ruling National League for Democracy.

The Future of Myanmar’s Peace Process: Same Old Challenges or New Progress?
August 28, 2020

The Future of Myanmar’s Peace Process: Same Old Challenges or New Progress?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at the deeper dynamics in one of Asia’s most protracted conflicts and what lies ahead.

Myanmar’s Meaningless Unilateral Ceasefires
May 29, 2020

Myanmar’s Meaningless Unilateral Ceasefires

By Joe Kumbun
The many unilateral ceasefires seem meaningless -- they have not stopped or even lessened the fighting so far.
How a Myanmar Coast Guard Will Contribute to Coastal Stability
April 17, 2020

How a Myanmar Coast Guard Will Contribute to Coastal Stability

By Michael van Ginkel
Myanmar's nonstate actors are taking to the seas, increasing the need for a functional coast guard.

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