The Rohingya Crisis and the Myth of Myanmar Sovereignty
By Muhammad Estiak Hussian
Powerful actors like China, Russia, ASEAN, and many other nations have refused to act in the Rohingya crisis – usually citing Myanmar’s sovereignty and the principle of non-interference.
What Do Bangladeshis Really Think of the Rohingya?
By Kristina Kironska and Michał Lubina
A recent Sinophone Borderlands public opinion survey sheds light on Bangladeshi views of the Rohingya, roughly a million of whom have been forced to seek refuge in Bangladesh.
Does Anyone Want to Solve the Rohingya Crisis?
By Anu Anwar
The long-simmering refugee crisis between Bangladesh and Myanmar is threatening to boil over into a conflict. But it seems none of the regional powers are paying attention.
Rights Group Files Complaint in Germany Against Myanmar’s Generals
By Sebastian Strangio
The complaint is the latest that seeks to use the doctrine of "universal jurisdiction" to bring the country's generals to justice.
Myanmar Shadow Government Drops Objections to ICJ’s Rohingya Genocide Case
By Sebastian Strangio
Assuming responsibility for the ICJ case is a means for the National Unity Government to assert its position as Myanmar's legitimate government.
A Rohingya Remembers Myanmar’s Brutal Crackdown in 2017
“I fear for the future of my community and country under Myanmar’s dehumanizing, segregated system, but I see a chance for change.”
The Invisible Wounds of the Rohingya
By Ana Salvá
The situation in the refugee camps has worsened over the years, causing irreversible damage to the mental health of their inhabitants.
Why the US Should Recognize the Rohingya Genocide
By Michael P. Scharf, Paul R. Williams, and Milena Sterio
The Biden administration has a chance to reassert the United States’ moral authority on human rights.
3 Years After the Rohingya Exodus, No Peace and No Progress
By Onno Van Manen
Rohingya children’s futures hang in the balance.
Safety Not Guaranteed: Time Not Right for Rohingya Returns
By Christopher Catrambone
Yet again, Myanmar and Bangladesh are ready to begin repatriations. But little has changed to make that possible.
The Obstacle to Rohingya Return Is Clear: It’s Still Myanmar.
By Mark Yarnell and Daniel Sullivan
Rohingya refugees continue to arrive in Bangladesh with stories of continued oppression by Myanmar's security forces.
UN Outlines Plan for Aiding Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh
By Bansari Kamdar
The UN requests $920 million in aid to support Rohingya refugees.