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Do the Myanmar Junta’s New ‘Peace-Making Committees’ Stand Any Chance of Success?
March 04, 2021

Do the Myanmar Junta’s New ‘Peace-Making Committees’ Stand Any Chance of Success?

By Joe Kumbun
Forging a sustainable nationwide peace was elusive before. It's even more difficult in the midst of the current crisis.

The Myanmar Public Fights Not to End Up Like Thailand
February 23, 2021

The Myanmar Public Fights Not to End Up Like Thailand

By Oren Samet
Myanmar’s army chief wanted a Thai-style coup. What he got was an uprising.
Myanmar Coup Leader: ‘Join Hands’ With Army for Democracy
February 12, 2021

Myanmar Coup Leader: ‘Join Hands’ With Army for Democracy

By Associated Press
Anti-coup protesters are unlikely to be swayed by Sen. Gen. Min Aung Hlaing's call for unity.

Following Coup, US Targets Myanmar Military With Sanctions
February 11, 2021

Following Coup, US Targets Myanmar Military With Sanctions

By Sebastian Strangio
The sanctions seem designed to limit the impact on the public – but Myanmar's coup leaders are unlikely to yield.

Myanmar’s Generals Reshape Regional Political Dynamics
February 10, 2021

Myanmar’s Generals Reshape Regional Political Dynamics

By Luke Hunt
Min Aung Hlaing's seizure of power in Myanmar has shaken up the region's diplomatic balance.

Singaporean Withdraws From Myanmar Military-Linked Tobacco Venture
February 09, 2021

Singaporean Withdraws From Myanmar Military-Linked Tobacco Venture

By Sebastian Strangio
A week on, the military coup is exacting an increasingly steep economic cost.

The Thai Playbook for Myanmar’s Coup Leaders
February 09, 2021

The Thai Playbook for Myanmar’s Coup Leaders

By Zachary Abuza
Myanmar's generals could look to their eastern neighbor for tips on how to preserve their hold on power.
Myanmar After the 2021 Coup: Internal Security and Geopolitical Consequences
February 05, 2021

Myanmar After the 2021 Coup: Internal Security and Geopolitical Consequences

By Ankit Panda
How will the February 1, 2021, coup in Myanmar affect the country’s internal security and foreign relations?

Myanmar’s Military Seizes Power in Early Morning Coup
February 01, 2021

Myanmar’s Military Seizes Power in Early Morning Coup

By Sebastian Strangio
The army has decreed a one-year state of emergency in order to probe flimsy allegations of voter fraud.

Myanmar’s NLD Draws More Criticisms Ahead of National Poll
November 04, 2020

Myanmar’s NLD Draws More Criticisms Ahead of National Poll

By Sebastian Strangio
Aung San Suu Kyi's government is weathering heavy criticism about the upcoming poll – but none of it is likely to matter on election day.

Japan and Myanmar’s Toxic Friendship
January 15, 2020

Japan and Myanmar’s Toxic Friendship

By Yuzuki Nagakoshi
Japan’s appeasement policy toward Myanmar, driven by geopolitics and disregard for human rights, is supporting the Rohingya genocide.
China, Myanmar Extol ‘Eternal’ Friendship as Commander-in-Chief Visits Beijing
April 12, 2019

China, Myanmar Extol ‘Eternal’ Friendship as Commander-in-Chief Visits Beijing

By Shannon Tiezzi
Min Aung Hlaing made it clear he appreciates China’s support, and will back the Belt and Road in return.

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