March 10, 2018
Myanmar's Deadly Mines
By Kimberley Phillips
Despite an ongoing peace process, Myanmar is littered with mines. Civilians are paying the price.
March 07, 2018
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.
January 08, 2018
Myanmar's Unhappy Rebels
By Neil Thompson
Dissatisfaction with the government's approach to peace talks could lead to renewed conflict in Myanmar's north.
July 21, 2017
Did Aung San Lead at Panglong – or Follow?
By Stanley A. Weiss
Myanmar's ethnic minorities have a different view on Aung San's place in history.
June 30, 2017
Remembering Lawi Weng, Imprisoned Myanmar Journalist
By Scott Ezell
"Lawi is now in danger of becoming a victim of the same state terrorism he has fought to uncover and resist."
June 06, 2017
The Continuing Challenges of Myanmar's Peace Process
By Nehginpao Kipgen
A federal army and secession are the two most contentious issues for Myanmar's ethnic groups.
June 01, 2017
Rohingya and the ‘Paper Tiger’ Insurgency
By Laignee Barron
A new insurgency greatly exacerbates Rohingya refugee suffering.
May 31, 2017
Smuggling Away Myanmar’s Chance for Peace
By Tom Fawthrop
Jade smuggling is fueling ethnic conflict in resource-rich Kachin state.
May 15, 2017
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.
May 11, 2017
It’s Good to Be the Tatmadaw
By Ben Dunant
Formerly a global pariah, the Burmese military now enjoys a growing embrace by the West and public support at home.
May 09, 2017
A New Chapter in Myanmar-Vatican Relations
By Jonathan T. Chow
The restoration of diplomatic ties comes with Pope Francis' offer to help with peacebuilding in Myanmar.
April 11, 2017
Myanmar's Forgotten Refugees
By Libby Hogan
Overshadowed by other crises around the world, 100,000 refugees are stranded in camps along the Thai-Myanmar border.