How Myanmar’s Coup Has Reshaped Its Ethnic Conflicts
By Thomas Kean
The coup has given way to potentially transformative negotiations aimed at the creation of a genuinely inclusive federal state.
Myanmar’s Election Marks a Step Away From Peace
By Ben Dunant
Sunday's vote will likely deliver a government with a strong popular mandate – a rarity in mainland Southeast Asia – but ethnic minorities will be left out in the cold.
Myanmar’s Justice System Is Failing Survivors of Sexual Violence
By Wai Wai Nu and Maggi Quadrini
Myanmar's judiciary is driven by stakeholders more interested in protecting perpetrators than victims.
From Myanmar to India: Refugees’ Lives Matter
Myanmar’s Chin people in India.
Marking 70 Years of War in Myanmar
By Jittrapon Kaicome
Karen armed groups gather to seek peace while marking the 70th anniversary of the original revolution.
Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi and the Cult of Personality
By David I. Steinberg
Aung San Suu Kyi's cult of personality is continuously projected within Myanmar even while it expires internationally.
Myanmar's Fighting Season in Kachin
By Daniel Combs
The fighting in Kachin is a microcosm of Myanmar's stalled peace process.
A New Report Says America is Being Duped in Myanmar
By Stanley A. Weiss
Myanmar's military has fooled Washington into thinking the country has changed.
Smuggling Away Myanmar’s Chance for Peace
By Tom Fawthrop
Jade smuggling is fueling ethnic conflict in resource-rich Kachin state.
A Wrench in Myanmar's Peace Process
By Daniel Combs
Armed opposition groups create their own alternative to the NLD government's Panglong Peace Conference.
Myanmar's Forgotten Refugees
By Libby Hogan
Overshadowed by other crises around the world, 100,000 refugees are stranded in camps along the Thai-Myanmar border.
What Can Myanmar Learn From Cambodia's Peace Process?
By Sao Phal Niseiy
Lessons from Hun Sen’s "win-win" policy.