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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?
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
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
By Michael van Ginkel
Myanmar's nonstate actors are taking to the seas, increasing the need for a functional coast guard.
Decoding the Arakan Army: Insurgent Strategies and Tactics
By Angshuman Choudhury
It is clear that the AA wants to break the Tatmadaw’s hegemony as a legitimate security actor in Rakhine state.
Myanmar’s Buddhist Rakhine Rebels
By Neil Thompson
The army empowered the Rakhine to commit atrocities against the Rohingya. Now the Rakhine are turning against the state.
A Wrench in Myanmar's Peace Process
By Daniel Combs
Armed opposition groups create their own alternative to the NLD government's Panglong Peace Conference.