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In Post-Coup Myanmar, Women Face Systemic Campaigns of Terror and Assault
November 25, 2021

In Post-Coup Myanmar, Women Face Systemic Campaigns of Terror and Assault

By Maggi Quadrini
The annual 16-day campaign against gender-based violence should draw attention to the urgent need to protect women and girls in Myanmar.

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 Court Sentences US Journalist to 11 Years in Jail
November 13, 2021

Myanmar Court Sentences US Journalist to 11 Years in Jail

By Grant Peck
Danny Fenster, the managing editor of Frontier Myanmar, could face up to life in prison when additional charges are factored in.

Can Defections Take Down Myanmar’s Military?
November 05, 2021

Can Defections Take Down Myanmar’s Military?

By Robert Bociaga
The post-coup resistance movement has its sights set on toppling the Tatmadaw once and for all – including by weakening the military from within.

Myanmar’s Missing Millions
November 03, 2021

Myanmar’s Missing Millions

By Anrike Visser
Millions of dollars in pandemic relief funding from the IMF have gone missing under the military regime, even while Myanmar battles a surge of COVID-19 cases.

Former US Diplomat Bill Richardson Meets Myanmar Leader
November 02, 2021

Former US Diplomat Bill Richardson Meets Myanmar Leader

By Grant Peck
Myanmar's health care system is largely broken amid widespread resistance to the military's February coup. Richardson was in the country to discuss delivery of humanitarian aid.

US, China, Russia Join Asia Summit Amid Regional Disputes
October 27, 2021

US, China, Russia Join Asia Summit Amid Regional Disputes

By Eileen Ng and Niniek Karmini
There is no shortage of challenges in Asia these days, from the pandemic, to Myanmar to increasing U.S.-China tensions.
US Leadership Could Change Course of Myanmar’s Human Rights Crisis
October 22, 2021

US Leadership Could Change Course of Myanmar’s Human Rights Crisis

By Carolyn Nash
A U.S.-led coalition that intensifies this pressure could change the course of Myanmar’s protracted human rights disaster. 

Lawyer: Myanmar Ex-president Testifies He Refused to Resign
October 14, 2021

Lawyer: Myanmar Ex-president Testifies He Refused to Resign

By Grant Peck
Former President Win Myint reportedly testified that he would “rather die” than resign as the Myanmar military had demanded. 

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.

Myanmar Court Moves Venue for Australian’s Trial Under Secrets Law
September 15, 2021

Myanmar Court Moves Venue for Australian’s Trial Under Secrets Law

By Grant Peck
Australian Sean Turnell was charged along with Suu Kyi and three former Cabinet ministers on charges of violating Myanmar’s official secrets law.
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.”

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