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Coup Brings ‘Bad New Days’ to Myanmar’s Mining Communities
August 04, 2021

Coup Brings ‘Bad New Days’ to Myanmar’s Mining Communities

By Daniel Combs
Myanmar’s military and ethnic armies are waging a war for control over the country’s natural resources – and the enormous profits that come with them.

How the Milk Tea Alliance Is Remaking Myanmar
July 23, 2021

How the Milk Tea Alliance Is Remaking Myanmar

By Jasmine Chia and Scott Singer
Why the social media-based movement, and not ASEAN, offers a vision for a democratic and federalist Myanmar.
Myanmar Nationals Fleeing Coup Find a Home Away From Home in India’s Northeast
July 09, 2021

Myanmar Nationals Fleeing Coup Find a Home Away From Home in India’s Northeast

By Rajeev Bhattacharya
Local NGOs and residents are providing the refugees support.

How a South Korean Gas Project Got Caught up in the Myanmar Coup
June 29, 2021

How a South Korean Gas Project Got Caught up in the Myanmar Coup

By Sinmyung Park
The Shwe natural gas project in the Andaman Sea sits at the multifaceted nexus of international security, capitalism, and human rights.

Myanmar’s Democratic Vision Depends on Including Rohingya, Other Ethnic Minorities
June 25, 2021

Myanmar’s Democratic Vision Depends on Including Rohingya, Other Ethnic Minorities

By Wai Wai Nu
“We will never be free until all of us are free.”

Life in Hiding: Myanmar’s Civil Disobedience Movement
June 22, 2021

Life in Hiding: Myanmar’s Civil Disobedience Movement

By Robert Bociaga
Despite dwindling funds and constant fear of arrest, most members of the CDM remain adamant that they won't return to work until democracy is restored.

Myanmar Puts Aung San Suu Kyi on Trial on Charges Critics Call Bogus
June 15, 2021

Myanmar Puts Aung San Suu Kyi on Trial on Charges Critics Call Bogus

By Grant Peck
Aung San Suu Kyi's prosecution poses yet another major setback for Myanmar.
The G-7 Must Talk About 3 Urgent Asia Issues
June 10, 2021

The G-7 Must Talk About 3 Urgent Asia Issues

By Benedict Rogers
The crises in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, and Myanmar must be discussed – and all three involve a serious consideration of the China problem.

On Myanmar, Japan Must Lead by Example
May 26, 2021

On Myanmar, Japan Must Lead by Example

By Yusuke Watanabe
“Japan must position itself as a bridge between the Tatmadaw and the United States and other democratic countries rather than blindly aligning itself with the Western policy of regime change.”

Can Sanctions Work in Myanmar?
May 21, 2021

Can Sanctions Work in Myanmar?

By Tom Fawthrop
Sanctions and mass boycotts have hurt the junta and driven investors away. Could stronger steps actually bring down the regime?

Report Says Myanmar Internet a ‘Virtual Battlefield’
May 18, 2021

Report Says Myanmar Internet a ‘Virtual Battlefield’

By Elaine Kurtenbach
The Myanmar military is developing an "intranet" for inside the country that allows mobile access only to approved, or "whitelisted" applications.
The Danger of Defending the Defenseless in Myanmar
May 18, 2021

The Danger of Defending the Defenseless in Myanmar

By Robert Bociaga
Lawyers that offer to represent protesters detained by the junta are themselves facing abduction and arrest.

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