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Funding Myanmar’s Spring Revolution
August 01, 2022

Funding Myanmar’s Spring Revolution

By Zachary Abuza
War isn’t cheap. How has the National Unity Government funded itself – and its military efforts?

There’s a Crisis Unfolding in Southeastern Myanmar
April 22, 2022

There’s a Crisis Unfolding in Southeastern Myanmar

By Nai Aue Mon and Maggi Quadrini
Heavy attacks by Myanmar’s military are threatening civilian safety and security. The world must not look away.
Myanmar’s Drone Wars
February 26, 2022

Myanmar’s Drone Wars

By Robert Bociaga
Myanmar’s anti-coup forces are rigging civilian drones to carry bombs, while the Tatmadaw uses UAVs for surveillance.

The Battle for Myanmar
February 01, 2022

The Battle for Myanmar

By Allegra Mendelson
The strong, armed resistance movement surprised the regime, but without greater international support, the situation will likely continue to deteriorate.

Is Mediation Even Possible in Myanmar?
December 01, 2021

Is Mediation Even Possible in Myanmar?

By Naw Theresa
Mediation currently appears more fantasy than possibility as the crisis inches toward its one-year mark with both the NUG and SAC digging in for a long slugging match.

Myanmar’s Army Is Fighting a Multi-Front War
November 24, 2021

Myanmar’s Army Is Fighting a Multi-Front War

By Robert Bociaga
Is the Tatmadaw getting overstretched?

Myanmar’s All-Out War in the Making
September 17, 2021

Myanmar’s All-Out War in the Making

By Robert Bociaga
With both the NUG and the junta convinced of an inevitable victory, Myanmar is heading toward an even more violent period.
Richard Horsey on Myanmar 7 Months After the Coup
September 01, 2021

Richard Horsey on Myanmar 7 Months After the Coup

By Sebastian Strangio
“A new political paradigm may be emerging in Myanmar... The youth-led resistance has bridged ethnic divides in a way that appears genuinely new and important.”

David and Goliath: Myanmar’s Armed Resistance at the Crossroads
July 27, 2021

David and Goliath: Myanmar’s Armed Resistance at the Crossroads

By Robert Bociaga
“We can’t just wait to get help until we die”: More and more protesters see no hope for a return to democracy outside of taking up arms.

Myanmar's Deadly Mines
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.

China-Myanmar Security Operation Spotlights Big Drug Challenge
January 09, 2018

China-Myanmar Security Operation Spotlights Big Drug Challenge

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Though recent successes deserve mention, they also pale in comparison to both the magnitude and multidimensionality of the overall problem.
Myanmar to Ink Peace Deal with Eight Armed Groups Ahead of Historic Election
October 06, 2015

Myanmar to Ink Peace Deal with Eight Armed Groups Ahead of Historic Election

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Ceasefire agreement to be signed October 15, with several major groups still left out.

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