A Rohingya Remembers Myanmar’s Brutal Crackdown in 2017
“I fear for the future of my community and country under Myanmar’s dehumanizing, segregated system, but I see a chance for change.”
Safety Not Guaranteed: Time Not Right for Rohingya Returns
By Christopher Catrambone
Yet again, Myanmar and Bangladesh are ready to begin repatriations. But little has changed to make that possible.
Myanmar Open for Business, But Not Rohingya
By Jieun Pyun
As Myanmar seeks foreign investment, the international business community has an opportunity to affect change.
India Continues to Play Safe With Myanmar Over the Rohingya Issue
By Angshuman Choudhury
By sidelining Myanmar military abuses, India is failing to uphold a values-centered foreign policy.
Time to Course-Correct, Aung San Suu Kyi
By Jieun Pyun
Aung San Suu Kyi should emphasize the importance of celebrating diversity rather than stoking the flames of prejudice.
What the US Can Learn from China and India’s Engagement With Myanmar
By Abigail Chen and Hunter Marston
As U.S. pressure tactics have proven unable to improve conditions for the Rohingya, it is worth considering alternatives.
After Targeted Sanctions, It’s Time to Engage With Myanmar’s Moderates
By Hunter Marston
The U.S. can encourage long-term, practical reform through the deft application of carrots and sticks.
Economics and Democracy: Myanmar’s Myriad Challenges
By Neil Thompson
Nationalism and the crisis in Rakhine hide the economic roots of the NLD’s weakness.
Long Past Time for Sanctions on Myanmar’s Generals
By John Sifton
The Burmese military's atrocities in Rakhine state cannot go unpunished.