Military-ruled Myanmar Hosts Joint Naval Exercise With Russia
By Grant Peck
Russia is a major supporter and arms supplier of Myanmar's military government, which seized power and ousted the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi in February 2021.
Pariah Solidarity: Myanmar-Russia Relations Blossom Amid Western Sanctions
By Sebastian Strangio
The international reaction to the Myanmar coup and the Russian invasion of Ukraine has prompted a toxic convergence between the two nations.
Russia is Gaining an Indo-Pacific Foothold Through Myanmar
By Mohamed Zeeshan
While the West continues to try to isolate and punish Russia for the war in Ukraine, elsewhere Moscow is widening its reach and influence.
Is the Ukraine War Boosting China’s Influence in Myanmar?
By Patrick Dupont
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has distracted it from a burgeoning partnership – including arms sales – with Myanmar’s junta. Will Beijing fill the gap?
Chechnya Could Force Russia's Hand on the Rohingya Crisis
By Samuel Ramani
Ramzan Kadyrov's strong words on the Rohingya's persecution could impact Russia-Myanmar ties.
Russia May Deliver New Fighter Jets to Myanmar By End of 2016
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Sources indicate that Naypyidaw will get three fighter jets by the end of the year.