Myanmar’s Diaspora in South Korea Fights for Democracy Back Home
By Sinmyung Park
Myanmar nationals are collaborating with each other and their Korean supporters in support of the country’s anti-coup resistance.
The Women of Myanmar’s Spring Revolution
By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Women play crucial roles in Myanmar's anti-coup resistance, as fighters, fundraisers, and activists.
In a World of Crises, Don’t Forget Myanmar
By Hunter Marston and Lucas Myers
The U.S. should not lose sight of the escalating humanitarian and political crisis in Myanmar. There are clear national and moral interests at stake.
There’s a Crisis Unfolding in Southeastern Myanmar
By Nai Aue Mon and Maggi Quadrini
Heavy attacks by Myanmar’s military are threatening civilian safety and security. The world must not look away.
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.
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
By Allegra Mendelson
The strong, armed resistance movement surprised the regime, but without greater international support, the situation will likely continue to deteriorate.
Myanmar Troops Massacre 11 Civilians in Sagaing: Reports
By Sebastian Strangio
The killings come amid an upsurge of civilian militia activity in Sagaing Region and other parts of central Myanmar.