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Is Thailand Reconsidering Its Myanmar Policy?

Is Thailand Reconsidering Its Myanmar Policy?

By Brian Wong and Tidarat Yingcharoen
Under Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin, there are signs that the country is finally taking a more active role in helping resolve the multifaceted crisis next door.

Myanmar: The Many Foes of Min Aung Hlaing

Myanmar: The Many Foes of Min Aung Hlaing

By Thomas Kean
Three years after the coup, and several months after the beginning of a major resistance offensive, Myanmar under Min Aung Hlaing is locked into a course of continued conflict.
Myanmar Junta Again Extends State of Emergency Ahead of Coup Anniversary

Myanmar Junta Again Extends State of Emergency Ahead of Coup Anniversary

By Sebastian Strangio
With resistance forces gaining ground across the country, the military's plans to hold elections later this year are looking increasingly delusional.

3 Years Since Myanmar’s Coup, Stronger Global Action Is Needed

3 Years Since Myanmar’s Coup, Stronger Global Action Is Needed

By Shayna Bauchner
The 2022 U.N. Security Council resolution has not become the hoped-for on-ramp to stronger action, but rather the feeble peak of council activity on a country in harrowing crisis.

Three Years After the Myanmar Coup, Women Human Rights Defenders Remain at the Forefront

Three Years After the Myanmar Coup, Women Human Rights Defenders Remain at the Forefront

By Naw Hser Hser and Maggi Quadrini
Many women activists and revolutionaries are working to ensure that the fall of the military will also lead to a revolution in gender equality.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Why the US Needs to Back Myanmar’s Spring Revolution

Why the US Needs to Back Myanmar’s Spring Revolution

By Peter Morris
Recent rebel offensives have the military junta reeling. A little bit of outside support could hasten its collapse.

How an ‘Unlikely Prisoner’ Survived 650 Days in Myanmar’s Jails

How an ‘Unlikely Prisoner’ Survived 650 Days in Myanmar’s Jails

By Sebastian Strangio
"The difference to the past," says economist Sean Turnell, "is that this junta does not seem to even pretend anymore that it has any sort of vision for Myanmar."
Myanmar Has Had Anti-Junta Uprisings Before. The Spring Revolution Is Different.

Myanmar Has Had Anti-Junta Uprisings Before. The Spring Revolution Is Different.

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
The current resistance is led by tech-savvy middle-class youth who have tasted democracy and will not rest till it is restored.

Victims of Myanmar Junta File War Crimes Charges in Philippine Court

Victims of Myanmar Junta File War Crimes Charges in Philippine Court

By Sebastian Strangio
The case, filed on behalf of five ethnic Chin complainants, is the latest in a string of attempts to bring the country's generals to justice in a foreign jurisdiction.

UN Human Rights Chief Demands Urgent Action to End ‘Unspeakable Tragedy’ in Myanmar

UN Human Rights Chief Demands Urgent Action to End ‘Unspeakable Tragedy’ in Myanmar

By Benedict Rogers
Volker Turk shone a long overdue and much-needed spotlight on a particular tragedy that the rest of the international community has chosen to ignore.

Myanmar’s Military Junta Is Weaponizing Access to Life-Saving Vaccines

Myanmar’s Military Junta Is Weaponizing Access to Life-Saving Vaccines

By Zaw Wai Soe
As with international aid shipments, basic inoculations are being distributed on the basis of political loyalty.
Myanmar Junta Will Be Toppled, Say Soldiers Captured by Resistance Groups

Myanmar Junta Will Be Toppled, Say Soldiers Captured by Resistance Groups

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Two Myanmar security forces captured by resistance groups made some startling revelations about working conditions in the government and their perception about the ongoing conflict. 

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