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Following Outcry, Indonesia Allows Rohingya Refugee Boat to Land
December 30, 2021

Following Outcry, Indonesia Allows Rohingya Refugee Boat to Land

By Sebastian Strangio
The authorities had initially planned to push back the boat, which was carrying around 120 people, into international waters.

Why International Assistance for the Rohingya in Bangladesh is Declining
December 21, 2021

Why International Assistance for the Rohingya in Bangladesh is Declining

By Katie Hatdash
Dhaka complains about tight Western purse strings, but its own actions are mostly to blame for the donor fatigue.
Is There Any Solution to Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis?
December 21, 2021

Is There Any Solution to Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis?

By Sebastian Strangio
The February coup has further complicated the potential return of more than 1 million Rohingya refugees to Myanmar.

Leading Rohingya Advocate Gunned Down in Refugee Camp
September 30, 2021

Leading Rohingya Advocate Gunned Down in Refugee Camp

By Sebastian Strangio
Mohibullah was of the most active advocates of justice and a safe return for the 1 million Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

Myanmar’s Shadow Government Promises Justice for Rohingya Atrocities
August 26, 2021

Myanmar’s Shadow Government Promises Justice for Rohingya Atrocities

By Sebastian Strangio
But will the National Unity Government ever be in a position to implement its pledge?

Myanmar’s Democratic Vision Depends on Including Rohingya, Other Ethnic Minorities
June 25, 2021

Myanmar’s Democratic Vision Depends on Including Rohingya, Other Ethnic Minorities

By Wai Wai Nu
“We will never be free until all of us are free.”

Biden Administration to Probe Rohingya Genocide Claim
January 21, 2021

Biden Administration to Probe Rohingya Genocide Claim

By Sebastian Strangio
What would it mean for the U.S. government to officially declare the Myanmar atrocities "genocide"?
What the Philippines Can Learn from Myanmar’s Election
November 23, 2020

What the Philippines Can Learn from Myanmar’s Election

By Mong Palatino
Lesson #1: Stinging international rebukes over human rights abuses do not necessarily translate into fewer votes.

Japan’s Kirin Suspends Payments to Myanmar Military Firm
November 12, 2020

Japan’s Kirin Suspends Payments to Myanmar Military Firm

By Sebastian Strangio
The move follows reports by human rights groups that MEHL has directly funded the commission of crimes against humanity.

Myanmar’s NLD Draws More Criticisms Ahead of National Poll
November 04, 2020

Myanmar’s NLD Draws More Criticisms Ahead of National Poll

By Sebastian Strangio
Aung San Suu Kyi's government is weathering heavy criticism about the upcoming poll – but none of it is likely to matter on election day.

What Should ASEAN Do About the Rohingya Crisis?
October 21, 2020

What Should ASEAN Do About the Rohingya Crisis?

By Sebastian Strangio
A new report from a regional human rights group urges the ten-member bloc to take a more holistic approach to the situation in western Myanmar.
Myanmar Elections Set to Exacerbate Erasure of the Rohingya Identity
October 20, 2020

Myanmar Elections Set to Exacerbate Erasure of the Rohingya Identity

By Kyaw Win and John Quinley III
A deeply flawed EU-funded election app exemplifies the tone-deaf approach of the international community.

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