Myanmar Junta’s Surprise Pardons Show International Pressure Is Working
By Benedict Rogers
That the generals felt the need to offer pardons – albeit largely empty ones – of top NLD leaders suggests that the junta is feeling the heat from international isolation.
Regional Splits on Myanmar Are Becoming More Apparent
By Angshuman Choudhury and Muhammad Waffaa Kharisma
Three parallel regional processes are trying to deal with the Myanmar crisis. They risk undermining each other.
Why Is the EU Quiet Over Myanmar Junta’s Planned Executions?
By David Hutt and Kristina Kironska
The EU is one of the world's staunchest opponents of the death penalty. So why hasn't Brussels spoken out more forcefully on the junta's execution plans?
Malaysian FM Calls for ‘Soul-Searching’ Over ASEAN Non-Interference
By Sebastian Strangio
Saifuddin Abdullah says the Southeast Asian bloc has to fundamentally rethink its approach to the crisis in Myanmar.