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US-ASEAN Summit Is a Chance to Chart a New Course for Myanmar Policy
May 05, 2022

US-ASEAN Summit Is a Chance to Chart a New Course for Myanmar Policy

By Salai Za Uk Ling
Washington should use the upcoming summit with ASEAN to work out a new multilateral strategy to respond to the ongoing crisis.

How the Coup Shattered the Image of Myanmar’s Military
April 21, 2022

How the Coup Shattered the Image of Myanmar’s Military

By Tun Myint
The Tatmadaw has slid from a repressive to a repugnant institution in public opinion.
Strife in Myanmar Curbs Traditional New Year Celebrations
April 13, 2022

Strife in Myanmar Curbs Traditional New Year Celebrations

By Grant Peck
The coronavirus pandemic curbed celebrations for the past two years, and the military’s ouster of the elected government last year further smothered the holiday spirit.

Japan and Australia Should Sanction the Myanmar Military
March 26, 2022

Japan and Australia Should Sanction the Myanmar Military

By Elaine Pearson and Teppei Kasai
Betting on ASEAN’s fruitless diplomacy undermines international action.

Myanmar’s Military Mindset
February 01, 2022

Myanmar’s Military Mindset

By Robert Bociaga
A year after its coup, Myanmar’s army is being defied by its people, but remains determined to defend and lengthen its reign.

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.

Myanmar Crisis and Hun Sen’s Visit: ASEAN in Disarray?
January 19, 2022

Myanmar Crisis and Hun Sen’s Visit: ASEAN in Disarray?

By Delwar Hossain
Hun Sen was the first foreign leader to visit Myanmar since the military's overthrow of the country's democratically elected government.
India’s Foreign Secretary Visits Post-Coup Myanmar
December 29, 2021

India’s Foreign Secretary Visits Post-Coup Myanmar

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Given the geopolitical and security interests, India cannot afford to ignore or isolate Myanmar.

Myanmar Court Postpones Verdicts in 2nd Case Against Suu Kyi
December 28, 2021

Myanmar Court Postpones Verdicts in 2nd Case Against Suu Kyi

By Tassanee Vejpongsa
The charge of having improperly imported walkies-talkies was the first filed against Suu Kyi and served as the initial justification for her detention.

Myanmar’s Media Adapts to the World’s Harshest Oppression
December 14, 2021

Myanmar’s Media Adapts to the World’s Harshest Oppression

By Philip Smucker
Inside the country, and in exile, Myanmar’s free media organizations strive to get the story out despite a brutal crackdown.

Aung San Suu Kyi’s Sentence Matters. We Cannot Forget Myanmar.
December 08, 2021

Aung San Suu Kyi’s Sentence Matters. We Cannot Forget Myanmar.

By Michael Bailey
Aung San Suu Kyi inspired a generation of young people who are keeping the dream of freedom alive in Myanmar.
Afghanistan’s Taliban, Myanmar’s Tatmadaw Denied UN Seats, For Now
December 03, 2021

Afghanistan’s Taliban, Myanmar’s Tatmadaw Denied UN Seats, For Now

By Catherine Putz
The Taliban and the junta in Myanmar will remain outside the halls of the United Nations for now.

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