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Myanmar’s Ceasefire Falls Apart in Shan State
August 01, 2020

Myanmar’s Ceasefire Falls Apart in Shan State

By Maggi Quadrini
Instability in northern Shan state is increasing the forced displacement of locals, along other rights abuses.

Myanmar: Shattered Hopes for Peace
July 15, 2020

Myanmar: Shattered Hopes for Peace

By Robert Bociaga
As Myanmar heads into election season, ethnic groups are no longer optimistic about their life under NLD rule.
Myanmar’s Meaningless Unilateral Ceasefires
May 29, 2020

Myanmar’s Meaningless Unilateral Ceasefires

By Joe Kumbun
The many unilateral ceasefires seem meaningless -- they have not stopped or even lessened the fighting so far.

Myanmar Police Seize 18 Tons of Narcotics, Related Materials in Asia’s Biggest-Ever Drug Bust
May 19, 2020

Myanmar Police Seize 18 Tons of Narcotics, Related Materials in Asia’s Biggest-Ever Drug Bust

By Ankit Panda
The bust was carried out by Myanmar police, in coordination with the country’s military.

China's Stake in the Myanmar Peace Process
August 15, 2018

China's Stake in the Myanmar Peace Process

By Mark Inkey
Why is Beijing providing funds for ethnic armed groups to join a government-backed peace conference?

Beyond the Rohingya: Myanmar’s Other Crises
February 08, 2018

Beyond the Rohingya: Myanmar’s Other Crises

By Gavin Kelleher
With Rakhine state in the international spotlight, Myanmar’s abuses in Kachin state continue with little global notice.

What Does Myanmar’s 'Biggest Ever' Drug Bust Actually Mean?
January 19, 2018

What Does Myanmar’s 'Biggest Ever' Drug Bust Actually Mean?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Though the record seizure deserves mention, focus on such developments also obscures the massive scale of the problem.
Myanmar's Unhappy Rebels
January 08, 2018

Myanmar's Unhappy Rebels

By Neil Thompson
Dissatisfaction with the government's approach to peace talks could lead to renewed conflict in Myanmar's north.

Why Is Myanmar's Peace Process Still Failing?
June 29, 2017

Why Is Myanmar's Peace Process Still Failing?

By Luke Hunt
Naypyidaw continues to face significant challenges as it tries to end decades of conflict.

Myanmar’s Kuomintang 'Incursion'
July 14, 2016

Myanmar’s Kuomintang 'Incursion'

By Alice Dawkins
Where the borders of China and Myanmar rub together, the line between insiders and outsiders becomes rather blurry.

Is Myanmar Using Armed Chinese Drones For Counterinsurgency?
June 09, 2016

Is Myanmar Using Armed Chinese Drones For Counterinsurgency?

By Ankit Panda
Myanmar's air force is using armed drones against rebels in the country's north.
'We Cannot Retreat': The 2015 Myanmar Offensive in Shan State
February 13, 2016

'We Cannot Retreat': The 2015 Myanmar Offensive in Shan State

By Scott Ezell
A first-hand account from the Shan State Army-North headquarters during a Tatmadaw offensive.

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