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Samantha Power Is Myanmar’s Best Hope for US Support
March 26, 2021

Samantha Power Is Myanmar’s Best Hope for US Support

By Carolyn Nash
As protests intensify in Myanmar, the civil disobedience movement should look to Power as their best avenue to secure greater international support. 
India’s Dangerous Myanmar Policy
March 26, 2021

India’s Dangerous Myanmar Policy

By Sudha Ramachandran
New Delhi’s appeasement of the Tatmadaw could trigger angry protests, and perhaps inflame anti-India insurgencies in the northeast.

Central and State Governments in India Wrangle Over Refugees from Myanmar
March 19, 2021

Central and State Governments in India Wrangle Over Refugees from Myanmar

By Rajeev Bhattacharya
New Delhi has refused to take steps that would antagonize the Tatmadaw following its February 1 putsch. Refugees fleeing Myanmar may well serve as a test for India.

Myanmar Mire: Democracy Under Fire
March 16, 2021

Myanmar Mire: Democracy Under Fire

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jane Ferguson.

China’s Myanmar Mess
March 16, 2021

China’s Myanmar Mess

By Sarah M. Brooks and Debbie Stothard
Increasingly, China’s non-action on the Myanmar coup is going against Beijing’s own interests.
Attacks on Chinese-run Factories in Myanmar Vex Beijing
March 16, 2021

Attacks on Chinese-run Factories in Myanmar Vex Beijing

By Sam McNeil and Fu Ting
The attacks on Myanmar's garment factories have injected an extra complication into an already very complex situation. 

Myanmar Expands Crackdown on Journalists
March 12, 2021

Myanmar Expands Crackdown on Journalists

By Associated Press
As a court extends the detention of an AP journalist, a Polish journalist was reportedly beaten and detained.
Japan’s Myanmar Missteps Are Damaging Its Image
March 10, 2021

Japan’s Myanmar Missteps Are Damaging Its Image

By Keiho Sasamori
Myanmar’s people had high hopes for the Japanese government’s response to the coup. They are rapidly losing faith.

Myanmar’s Protests Continue, Despite Growing Violence From Security Forces
March 09, 2021

Myanmar’s Protests Continue, Despite Growing Violence From Security Forces

By Associated Press
Myanmar security forces killed two anti-coup protesters on Monday, continuing a heavy-handed crackdown.

Myanmar Coup and the Aftermath
March 04, 2021

Myanmar Coup and the Aftermath

By The Diplomat
Tin Tin Nyo, Gerard McCarthy, and Yun Sun discuss the coup in Myanmar and where the country is headed.

Daniel Combs on Truth, Money, and Power Before and After the Myanmar Coup
March 03, 2021

Daniel Combs on Truth, Money, and Power Before and After the Myanmar Coup

By Shannon Tiezzi
History may seem to be repeating, but the Myanmar of 2021 is crucially different from the country's past experiences with military rule.
China Responds to Bloodshed in Myanmar With Deafening Silence
March 02, 2021

China Responds to Bloodshed in Myanmar With Deafening Silence

By Shannon Tiezzi
Beijing has a stated preference for no violence in Myanmar, but the deadly crackdown on February 28 was not enough to provoke China's condemnation.

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