Kalay: A Case Study of Resistance in Myanmar
By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
The city in northwestern Myanmar was one of the first to see anti-coup protests – and also among the first to see pitched battles between resistance fighters and the military.
Regional Splits on Myanmar Are Becoming More Apparent
By Angshuman Choudhury and Muhammad Waffaa Kharisma
Three parallel regional processes are trying to deal with the Myanmar crisis. They risk undermining each other.
Chin National Front Leader: Myanmar Military Regime Will Fall in 3 Years
By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Dr. Sui Khar firmly believes that the military regime in Myanmar will be defeated by the opposition forces within three years.
Indonesia’s President Admits ASEAN Has Made No Progress on Myanmar Crisis
By Edna Tarigan and Jim Gomez
Indonesia pointed to its “quiet diplomacy” on Myanmar, but acknowledged there has been little progress in ending the deadly civil strife.
India Faces a Two-Front Challenge From Post-Coup Myanmar
By Niranjan Marjani
Myanmar’s deteriorating situation risks destabilizing India’s Northeast, while the junta’s embrace of China poses threats in the Indian Ocean.
Time Is Running out for Indonesia to Turn the Tide on Myanmar
By David Hutt
If Indonesia ends up the steward of ASEAN’s failure over Myanmar, Laos – the next chair – will be the gravedigger.
Ex-UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Makes Surprise Visit to Myanmar
By Grant Peck
Visiting on behalf of the peace-making group The Elders, Ban visited Myanmar and had meetings with junta leaders, including Min Aung Hlaing.
Derek Chollet on How the US Is Handling the Myanmar Crisis
By Shannon Tiezzi
"We believe in ASEAN centrality when it comes to addressing the crisis in Myanmar, which is the most acute security crisis that Southeast Asia is facing right now."
From Hope to Despair in Myanmar
By Zachary Abuza
From 2015-2020, Myanmar seemed on the cusp of a meaningful transformation. Then the coup set the country back decades.
US Burma Act Uplifts the Resistance Movement in Myanmar
By Ye Myo Hein
The incorporation of the Burma Act in the 2023 NDAA has raised strong public expectations in Myanmar that substantial U.S. support will be forthcoming.
The China-Myanmar Economic Corridor, 2 Years After the Coup
By Timothy Millar
After some initial hesitation, China is moving CMEC ahead in tandem with Myanmar’s military rulers – at least where the situation is stable enough to do so.
Europe and ASEAN Should Work Together on Myanmar Crisis
By John Sifton
Neither the EU nor ASEAN can deal with the crisis in Myanmar alone, but together they can make a difference.