Myanmar’s Resilient Revolution
By Gerard McCarthy
Non-state welfare is playing a crucial role in sustaining the country’s democratic struggle.
US-ASEAN Summit a Missed Opportunity to Tackle Shrinking Civic Space Across the Region
By Pornpen Khongkachonkiet
Civil society across ASEAN is struggling to survive in the face of growing repression. Countering this alarming trend must be a top priority for the U.S.
Myanmar Coup and the Aftermath
By The Diplomat
Tin Tin Nyo, Gerard McCarthy, and Yun Sun discuss the coup in Myanmar and where the country is headed.
Can Europe Make a Difference in Myanmar?
By Sophie Boisseau du Rocher and Felix Heiduck
How the EU reacts to the coup is litmus test not only for its support of democracy in Myanmar, but also for its capacity to adjust to new systemic challenges in the region.
The Coup in Myanmar: A Grim Future for Aid Groups?
By Shagun Gupta
The military takeover has cast a host of bilateral development projects into uncertainty.
Civil Disobedience Movement Gathers Pace in Post-Coup Myanmar
By Sebastian Strangio
Medical doctors are walking off the job across the country in protest against the return to military dictatorship.
Time for Myanmar to Join the Commonwealth
By Stefan Tan Ying Xian
Joining the Commonwealth could help cement Myanmar's democratic transformation and boost its economy.
Myanmar Civil Society Going to Lose Another One?
Reports suggest that work on the Myitsone Dam will restart, despite widespread opposition.