February 04, 2020
What Does the ICJ Preliminary Ruling Really Mean for the Rohingya?
By Angshuman Choudhury
The ICJ verdict is an important first step toward ensuring that the Rohingya victims get some tangible justice.
February 01, 2020
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.
August 21, 2019
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.
January 15, 2019
Rohingyas in Limbo as Diplomacy Falters
By Duncan Bartlett
Diplomatic failure leaves the Rohingya refugees trapped, stateless, and vulnerable.
December 22, 2018
A Lost Generation of Rohingya Grows up Without Education
By Tun Khin
Both in Myanmar and Bangladesh, Rohinghya children face steep barriers to education.
September 19, 2018
The Nightmare Awaiting Rohingya Returnees
By Mark Inkey
A group of Rohingyas are tortured, then made to lie to the press about their treatment upon returning to Myanmar.
December 07, 2017
Pope Francis Wades Into the Rohingya Crisis
By Luke Hunt
The Pope treads carefully to avoid a diplomatic incident, even while focusing world attention on the Rohingya crisis.
December 02, 2017
Can China Solve the Rohingya Crisis?
By K. S. Venkatachalam
The three-phase Chinese proposal for ending the crisis merits serious consideration.
May 11, 2017
It’s Good to Be the Tatmadaw
By Ben Dunant
Formerly a global pariah, the Burmese military now enjoys a growing embrace by the West and public support at home.
February 09, 2017
The Rohingya Insurgents: Myanmar Creates Its Own Frankenstein
By Aparupa Bhattacherjee
Harakah al-Yaqin, a new insurgent group in Rakhine state, is different than its predecessors.