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UN Rohingya Genocide Case Court Ruling Set for Next Week

UN Rohingya Genocide Case Court Ruling Set for Next Week

By Associated Press
The court is set to hand down its final, legally binding decision in days.
Strained Myanmar-Bangladesh Security Ties in Focus With Border Conference

Strained Myanmar-Bangladesh Security Ties in Focus With Border Conference

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The engagement spotlighted ongoing efforts by both countries to continue to manage a contentious aspect of their relations.

Assessing Southeast Asia in the 2010s: 5 Big Strategic Trends and How They May Shape the 2020s

Assessing Southeast Asia in the 2010s: 5 Big Strategic Trends and How They May Shape the 2020s

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A look at five major developments that shaped the subregion in the decade.

Suu Kyi’s Hague Appearance: Minding Myanmar’s Domestic Political Dynamics in the ICJ Genocide Case

Suu Kyi’s Hague Appearance: Minding Myanmar’s Domestic Political Dynamics in the ICJ Genocide Case

By Prashanth Parameswaran
While much of the focus may be on her international image, it will be important to consider the domestic political dynamics at play in Myanmar as well.  

Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis: International Court Judges Authorize Investigation

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.
Aaron Connelly on the Rohingya Crisis

Aaron Connelly on the Rohingya Crisis

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The current implications and future prospects of the world’s highest-profile and fastest growing humanitarian crisis.

Australia and the Case of the Rohingya

Australia and the Case of the Rohingya

By Grant Wyeth
In a recent visit to Bangladesh, Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne took time to tour the refugee camps at Cox’s Bazar.
Japan’s Cold-Blooded Approach to the Rohingya Crisis

Japan’s Cold-Blooded Approach to the Rohingya Crisis

By Teppei Kasai
As the new “leader of the liberal order in Asia,” Japan has a responsibility to promote human rights in its foreign policy.

China’s Dynamic Grip on Myanmar

China’s Dynamic Grip on Myanmar

By Monish Tourangbam and Pawan Amin
Beijing’s influence in Myanmar permeates multiple levels of engagement between the two neighbors.

Myanmar’s Supreme Court Rejects Journalists’ Final Appeal

Myanmar’s Supreme Court Rejects Journalists’ Final Appeal

By Bansari Kamdar
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have been sentenced to seven years for their work investigating Myanmar’s brutal crackdown on the Rohingya.

Myanmar Open for Business, But Not Rohingya

Myanmar Open for Business, But Not Rohingya

By Jieun Pyun
As Myanmar seeks foreign investment, the international business community has an opportunity to affect change.
Aung San Suu Kyi: A ‘Moral Democrat’ or a ‘Precolonial Queen’?

Aung San Suu Kyi: A ‘Moral Democrat’ or a ‘Precolonial Queen’?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Krzysztof Iwanek talks to Michał Lubina, author of a new book on Aung San Suu Kyi’s political thought.

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