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Displaced from Myanmar: Can’t Go Back and Can’t Go Forward
December 28, 2022

Displaced from Myanmar: Can’t Go Back and Can’t Go Forward

By Evan Jones
Despite the sizeable numbers of refugees from Myanmar within Asia, the overall protection environment remains flimsy. 

Europe and ASEAN Should Work Together on Myanmar Crisis
December 13, 2022

Europe and ASEAN Should Work Together on Myanmar Crisis

By John Sifton
Neither the EU nor ASEAN can deal with the crisis in Myanmar alone, but together they can make a difference. 
In Post-Coup Myanmar: ‘Death Squads’ and Extrajudicial Killings
November 03, 2022

In Post-Coup Myanmar: ‘Death Squads’ and Extrajudicial Killings

By Manny Maung
Pro-junta armed groups that have claimed responsibility for of extrajudicial killings have faced no consequences in Myanmar.

Graft Convictions Extend Aung San Suu Kyi’s Prison Term to 26 Years
October 12, 2022

Graft Convictions Extend Aung San Suu Kyi’s Prison Term to 26 Years

By Grant Peck
New convictions extend the NLD leader's prison term, an effort critics of the military government say is designed to keep her from contesting elections planned for 2023.

Myanmar’s Executions Have Turned the Country’s Struggle Into a Zero-Sum Game 
August 19, 2022

Myanmar’s Executions Have Turned the Country’s Struggle Into a Zero-Sum Game 

By Minn Tent Bo
The recent resumption of executions has pushed the resistance movement in Myanmar into a zero-sum game with the military from which there can be no going back. 

The ICC Must Engage With Myanmar’s Democratic Government and Hold the Junta to Account
August 17, 2022

The ICC Must Engage With Myanmar’s Democratic Government and Hold the Junta to Account

By John Dugard, Chris Gunness, Tommy Thomas, Yuyun Wahyuningrum, and Ralph Wilde
There is no way the people of Myanmar will find justice in national courts. The international community must act. 

Myanmar Executions Revive Pressure for More Sanctions
August 15, 2022

Myanmar Executions Revive Pressure for More Sanctions

By Elaine Kurtenback
The U.S. Senate is inching toward passage of the Burma Act, which would pave the way for sanctions on Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE).
‘The Sacrifice Zone’: Myanmar Bears Cost of Green Energy
August 09, 2022

‘The Sacrifice Zone’: Myanmar Bears Cost of Green Energy

By Dake Kang, Victoria Milko, and Lori Hinnant
Just as dirty rare earths trickle down the supply chains of companies, they also slip through the cracks of regulation.

No End in Sight: 18 Months of Military Rule in Myanmar
July 27, 2022

No End in Sight: 18 Months of Military Rule in Myanmar

By Ankit Panda
What is the state of Myanmar’s complex internal insurgency and how has the international response evolved since the January 2021 coup?

Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi Testifies in Election Fraud Trial
July 15, 2022

Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi Testifies in Election Fraud Trial

By Kiko Rosario
A conviction could lead to her party being dissolved and unable to participate in a new election the military has promised will take place in 2023.

Ethnic Armed Groups Eye Post-coup Myanmar
May 31, 2022

Ethnic Armed Groups Eye Post-coup Myanmar

By Robert Bociaga
What are the chances for a liberated Myanmar with more autonomy for ethnic groups?
Strife in Myanmar Curbs Traditional New Year Celebrations
April 13, 2022

Strife in Myanmar Curbs Traditional New Year Celebrations

By Grant Peck
The coronavirus pandemic curbed celebrations for the past two years, and the military’s ouster of the elected government last year further smothered the holiday spirit.

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