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Report Details Lavish Extent of Myanmar Junta’s Legitimation Drive
November 28, 2022

Report Details Lavish Extent of Myanmar Junta’s Legitimation Drive

By Sebastian Strangio
According to a local media report, Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing has bestowed titles and medals on over 3,600 individuals in a bid to legitimize his rule.

Myanmar and Russia Agree to Establish Nuclear Technology Hub in Yangon
November 22, 2022

Myanmar and Russia Agree to Establish Nuclear Technology Hub in Yangon

By Sebastian Strangio
Civilian nuclear cooperation is the fruit of a growing convergence of interests between the two pariah states.
Myanmar’s Junta Chief Not Invited to ASEAN Summit, Cambodia Confirms
October 06, 2022

Myanmar’s Junta Chief Not Invited to ASEAN Summit, Cambodia Confirms

By Sebastian Strangio
But it remains unclear whether the Southeast Asian bloc will take a fresh approach to Myanmar's metastasizing crisis.

Myanmar Junta Chief Airs Postponement of Sham Election
September 15, 2022

Myanmar Junta Chief Airs Postponement of Sham Election

By Sebastian Strangio
The military government is pinning its political hopes on a state-managed election next year, but it is unclear if it can be held in the current political conditions.

Myanmar Junta Leader Meets, Praises Russia’s President Putin
September 07, 2022

Myanmar Junta Leader Meets, Praises Russia’s President Putin

By Sebastian Strangio
The meeting reflected the growing strategic convergence between the two international outcasts.

The Myanmar Military’s Roadmap to Survival
August 10, 2022

The Myanmar Military’s Roadmap to Survival

By Amara Thiha
A recent major speech by SAC Chairman Min Aung Hlaing laid out three areas of priority for the besieged military administration.

Myanmar Junta Extends State of Emergency by Six Months
August 02, 2022

Myanmar Junta Extends State of Emergency by Six Months

By Sebastian Strangio
In a nationally televised speech, coup leader Min Aung Hlaing blamed "terrorists" for delaying the country's return to normalcy.
ASEAN Can No Longer Remain Neutral on Myanmar
August 01, 2022

ASEAN Can No Longer Remain Neutral on Myanmar

By Kasit Piromya
Eighteen months on from the military coup, it is time for the bloc to decide which side of history it wants to be on.

No End in Sight: 18 Months of Military Rule in Myanmar
July 27, 2022

No End in Sight: 18 Months of Military Rule in Myanmar

By Ankit Panda
What is the state of Myanmar’s complex internal insurgency and how has the international response evolved since the January 2021 coup?

Duwa Lashi La on the State of Myanmar’s Resistance
July 19, 2022

Duwa Lashi La on the State of Myanmar’s Resistance

By Sebastian Strangio
“Despite the challenges, I have never seen a more promising time for our people to find common ground.”

ASEAN Envoy Hails ‘Some Progress’ on Second Myanmar Mission
July 07, 2022

ASEAN Envoy Hails ‘Some Progress’ on Second Myanmar Mission

By Sebastian Strangio
But a briefing for diplomats and the press revealed just how far Myanmar's junta is from implementing ASEAN's Five-Point Consensus peace plan.
Chinese FM Pledges ‘Closer’ Ties with Myanmar’s Military Government
July 05, 2022

Chinese FM Pledges ‘Closer’ Ties with Myanmar’s Military Government

By Sebastian Strangio
Wang Yi's visit to Myanmar for an LMC summit was the first stop on a five-nation tour of Southeast Asia.

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