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Save the Children Confirms Two Staff Killed in Myanmar Massacre
December 29, 2021

Save the Children Confirms Two Staff Killed in Myanmar Massacre

By Sebastian Strangio
The terror attack in Kayah State portends a dry season military offensive against the anti-coup resistance.

Massacre of Civilians in Myanmar Fuels Outrage
December 27, 2021

Massacre of Civilians in Myanmar Fuels Outrage

By Tassanee Vejpongsa
The military reportedly shot and burnt over 30 civilians, including children, in Mo So village in eastern Myanmar.
Report: Myanmar Junta Restricting ‘Lifesaving’ Humanitarian Aid
December 14, 2021

Report: Myanmar Junta Restricting ‘Lifesaving’ Humanitarian Aid

By Sebastian Strangio
The junta's total war on the Myanmar population has extended to tight restrictions on vital aid to the hungry and displaced.

Myanmar Troops Massacre 11 Civilians in Sagaing: Reports
December 10, 2021

Myanmar Troops Massacre 11 Civilians in Sagaing: Reports

By Sebastian Strangio
The killings come amid an upsurge of civilian militia activity in Sagaing Region and other parts of central Myanmar.

Myanmar Court Sentences Ousted Leader Aung San Suu Kyi to 4 Years
December 06, 2021

Myanmar Court Sentences Ousted Leader Aung San Suu Kyi to 4 Years

By Grant Peck
The sentences relate to just two of the more than 10 criminal charges facing the country's ousted leader.

Afghanistan’s Taliban, Myanmar’s Tatmadaw Denied UN Seats, For Now
December 03, 2021

Afghanistan’s Taliban, Myanmar’s Tatmadaw Denied UN Seats, For Now

By Catherine Putz
The Taliban and the junta in Myanmar will remain outside the halls of the United Nations for now.

Can Defections Take Down Myanmar’s Military?
November 05, 2021

Can Defections Take Down Myanmar’s Military?

By Robert Bociaga
The post-coup resistance movement has its sights set on toppling the Tatmadaw once and for all – including by weakening the military from within.
Army Shelling in Myanmar Blamed for Setting 160 Homes Ablaze
November 01, 2021

Army Shelling in Myanmar Blamed for Setting 160 Homes Ablaze

By Grant Peck
Local Chins fear that the recent violence may represent just the beginning of a major government offensive in the region.

Myanmar Junta Decries Exclusion of Coup Leader From ASEAN Summit
October 25, 2021

Myanmar Junta Decries Exclusion of Coup Leader From ASEAN Summit

By Sebastian Strangio
After initially appearing to take ASEAN's decision on the chin, the military government has stiffened its position.

Does It Matter If Myanmar’s Junta Leader Is Banned From the ASEAN Summit?
October 22, 2021

Does It Matter If Myanmar’s Junta Leader Is Banned From the ASEAN Summit?

By David Hutt
Despite uninviting Min Aung Hlaing from the summit, it remains unclear whether the Southeast Asian bloc has a longer-term plan.

What’s the Deal With Myanmar’s New Coast Guard?
October 21, 2021

What’s the Deal With Myanmar’s New Coast Guard?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Though the new service marks the realization of a years-long quest, many questions remain about its future direction and evolution.
Investors Spooked by Myanmar Crisis as Economy Braces for Free Fall
October 20, 2021

Investors Spooked by Myanmar Crisis as Economy Braces for Free Fall

By Dominic Oo and John Liu
The February coup has rapidly unwound a decade of economic progress, while foreign investors are headed for the exits.

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