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The Truth About Myanmar’s Genocide Case Defense Lawyer
March 10, 2020

The Truth About Myanmar’s Genocide Case Defense Lawyer

By Andrew Nachemson
The focus on William Schabas’ history and personal views detracts from the more substantive issues at play in allegations of genocide in Myanmar.

Afghan and Burmese Women: Sisters in the Universal Struggle for Human Rights
March 07, 2020

Afghan and Burmese Women: Sisters in the Universal Struggle for Human Rights

By Kamal Ahmad and Farhat Popal
It is essential that the international community continue to invest in women and girls around the world.
Myanmar’s Aggressive Nationalism in the Air Ahead of 2020 Elections
February 21, 2020

Myanmar’s Aggressive Nationalism in the Air Ahead of 2020 Elections

By Andrew Nachemson
Recent events have highlighted the more aggressive side of the country’s nationalist tendencies as it prepares to head to the polls later this year.

What Will Myanmar’s New Home Minister Mean for the Country’s Security and Politics?
February 10, 2020

What Will Myanmar’s New Home Minister Mean for the Country’s Security and Politics?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at the significance of the new appointment.

Myanmar’s Contested Civil-Military Relations in the Spotlight With New Spat
February 05, 2020

Myanmar’s Contested Civil-Military Relations in the Spotlight With New Spat

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A recent incident served as yet another reminder of the complex and contested dynamics of civil-military relations in the country and the sensitivities therein.

How Constitutional Reform in Myanmar Matters for the Country’s Democracy
January 31, 2020

How Constitutional Reform in Myanmar Matters for the Country’s Democracy

By Andrew Nachemson
While the process may not result in much substantive change, it nonetheless has tangible effects on ties between the NLD, the military, and ethnic parties.

International Rohingya Ruling Spotlights Suu Kyi’s Fall From Grace
January 28, 2020

International Rohingya Ruling Spotlights Suu Kyi’s Fall From Grace

By Associated Press
The decision again highlighted the once-revered democracy icon's troubles since she took power in Myanmar.
How Industry Can Step Up for Naval Needs: The Case of the Makassar-class
November 27, 2019

How Industry Can Step Up for Naval Needs: The Case of the Makassar-class

By Robert Farley
The case of the Makassar-class is a case study in industry stepping up to the plate for the needs of small navies.

Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis: International Court Judges Authorize Investigation
November 15, 2019

Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis: International Court Judges Authorize Investigation

By Associated Press
Legal developments on the Rohingya crisis were in the international spotlight again this week.

Why Foreign Policy Matters to Myanmar’s Democratic Transition
October 22, 2019

Why Foreign Policy Matters to Myanmar’s Democratic Transition

By Hnin Wint Nyunt Hman
In the best-case scenario, Myanmar would be rich like the East and democratic like the West. 

Kilo Impact in the Bay of Bengal
September 17, 2019

Kilo Impact in the Bay of Bengal

By Mohammad Rubaiyat Rahman
India is readying a submarine for Myanmar, but New Delhi won't replace Beijing as a top defense supplier.
Myanmar: Filmmaker Jailing Highlights Rising Rights Concerns
August 29, 2019

Myanmar: Filmmaker Jailing Highlights Rising Rights Concerns

By Associated Press
The case comes amid growing worries about a deteriorating rights situation in the Southeast Asian country.

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