After Myanmar’s Military Coup, Arakan Army Accelerates Implementation of the ‘Way of Rakhita’
By Kyaw Hsan Hlaing
Despite its support for the national protest movement, various factors have contributed to the armed group’s relative silence since the coup.
Activists Denounce Myanmar Election App For ‘Inflaming’ Ethnic Tensions
By Sebastian Strangio
By accepting Myanmar's rigid official racial and religious categorizations, the EU-funded app runs the risk of entrenching sectarian divides.
Myanmar: Trials and Tribulations
By Christina Fink
Facing genocide charges in the international arena, Myanmar’s domestic politics are set to heat up in 2020, too.
The Wa Art of Not Being Governed
By Dominique Dillabough-Lefebvre
The Wa are keen to shed their image as Myanmar's drug lords or China's proxies.
Land Seizures, Protests, and Arrests in Myanmar
By Maximillian Mørch
Despite arrests, detention, and torture, land rights activists in Myanmar are refusing to be silenced.
The Christian Vigilantes Fighting Myanmar’s Heroin Epidemic
By Joshua Mcdonald
In Kachin state, locals have taken the war on drugs into their own hands.
Did Aung San Lead at Panglong – or Follow?
By Stanley A. Weiss
Myanmar's ethnic minorities have a different view on Aung San's place in history.
The Key to Jumpstarting Myanmar’s Economy: Electricity
By Peter Loftus
Accelerated investment in the power grid will produce quick economic dividends and attract foreign investment.
The Problem With the 21st Century Panglong Conference
By Richard Dolan
Before it even convenes, Aung San Suu Kyi's high-profile peace process effort is facing stumbling blocks.
Will Genocide Be the True Cost of State Building in Myanmar?
By Tej Parikh
To govern, Aung San Suu Kyi seems prepared to turn a blind eye to the Rohingya issue.
'No Rohingya': Behind the US Embassy Protest in Myanmar
By David Doyle
"We want to declare to the U.S. embassy and to all the other countries, there are no Rohingya in our country."