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Myanmar: The Many Foes of Min Aung Hlaing

Myanmar: The Many Foes of Min Aung Hlaing

By Thomas Kean
Three years after the coup, and several months after the beginning of a major resistance offensive, Myanmar under Min Aung Hlaing is locked into a course of continued conflict.

The Myanmar Junta: Live by the Gun, Die by the Gun?

The Myanmar Junta: Live by the Gun, Die by the Gun?

By Rahman Yaacob
Current trends suggest Myanmar’s military regime will be toppled the same way it came to power: through the use of force.
Myanmar Military Tribunal Sentences Brigadier Generals to Death for Kokang Surrender

Myanmar Military Tribunal Sentences Brigadier Generals to Death for Kokang Surrender

By Sebastian Strangio
The sentences come at a time of growing discontent with the leadership of junta chief Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing.

Myanmar Military Breaks China-Brokered Ceasefire, Resistance Groups Say

Myanmar Military Breaks China-Brokered Ceasefire, Resistance Groups Say

By Sebastian Strangio
The collapse of the agreement brokered in Kunming on Friday demonstrates the limits of Chinese influence in northern Myanmar.

Chinese Official Meets Myanmar Junta Chief as Rebels Capture Key Town

Chinese Official Meets Myanmar Junta Chief as Rebels Capture Key Town

By Sebastian Strangio
The two sides pledged to "jointly maintain peace and stability on the China-Myanmar border" and fight telecom scam operations.

Good Rebels or Good Timing?: Myanmar’s MNDAA and Operation 1027

Good Rebels or Good Timing?: Myanmar’s MNDAA and Operation 1027

By Yaolong Xian
The rebel group has shed its reputation as an opium trafficking syndicate and pledged itself to the Spring Revolution. Is its transformation more than skin deep?

Myanmar Ethnic Armed Groups Draw Allegations of Forced Recruitment

Myanmar Ethnic Armed Groups Draw Allegations of Forced Recruitment

By Naw Theresa
There are many undercurrents to Myanmar’s civil war, and more inconvenient truths will emerge as the fighting escalates.
Rights Group Accuses Myanmar Rebel Outfit of Forced Recruitment

Rights Group Accuses Myanmar Rebel Outfit of Forced Recruitment

By Sebastian Strangio
The allegations raise questions about the MNDAA's relationship to the country's broader anti-junta resistance movement.

The Rakhine Conundrum: How Should Bangladesh Respond to Operation 1027?

The Rakhine Conundrum: How Should Bangladesh Respond to Operation 1027?

By Md. Himel Rahman
The rapid advances of anti-junta groups in Myanmar poses new problems for Dhaka in an already-sensitive region.

Myanmar Resistance Forces Seize Another China Border Crossing

Myanmar Resistance Forces Seize Another China Border Crossing

By Sebastian Strangio
The MNDAA's reported capture of the Yanlonkyaing border gate marks a further step toward its reconquest of the Kokang Self-Administered Zone in northern Shan State.

Myanmar Ethnic Alliance Continues Gains, Despite China-Brokered Ceasefire

Myanmar Ethnic Alliance Continues Gains, Despite China-Brokered Ceasefire

By Sebastian Strangio
A day after Beijing announced the negotiated ceasefire, resistance forces were reported to have seized a key town and border trade zone.
Myanmar Ethnic Alliance ‘Reaffirms’ Goal of Overthrowing Military Junta

Myanmar Ethnic Alliance ‘Reaffirms’ Goal of Overthrowing Military Junta

By Sebastian Strangio
The Three Brotherhood Alliance made the announcement two days after reports that it took part in peace talks with the military administration.

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