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With Bangkok Visit, Indonesian FM Advances Efforts to Address Myanmar Crisis
February 25, 2021

With Bangkok Visit, Indonesian FM Advances Efforts to Address Myanmar Crisis

By Sebastian Strangio
But there’s a fine line between engaging the generals and legitimizing their seizure of power.

Facebook Bans All Myanmar Military-Linked Accounts and Ads
February 25, 2021

Facebook Bans All Myanmar Military-Linked Accounts and Ads

By Associated Press
In a statement, the tech giant said that it was treating the post-coup situation in Myanmar as an "emergency."
Myanmar’s Kachin State Under the Coup Regime
February 25, 2021

Myanmar’s Kachin State Under the Coup Regime

By Stella Naw
Myanmar's anti-coup protests have captivated the world's attention, but things look very different in the country's north.

Why Did the Tatmadaw’s ‘War Fighters’ Seize Power?
February 24, 2021

Why Did the Tatmadaw’s ‘War Fighters’ Seize Power?

By Arthur Swan Ye Tun
To understand what motivated this month's coup in Myanmar, you need to understand the army's history and cloistered worldview.

The Myanmar Public Fights Not to End Up Like Thailand
February 23, 2021

The Myanmar Public Fights Not to End Up Like Thailand

By Oren Samet
Myanmar’s army chief wanted a Thai-style coup. What he got was an uprising.

Myanmar Protests Continue to Grow Despite Junta Threats
February 22, 2021

Myanmar Protests Continue to Grow Despite Junta Threats

By Sebastian Strangio
After three weeks, tensions between the military and the anti-coup protest movement are beginning to rise.

Myanmar and Biden’s Broken-Down Car Dilemma
February 22, 2021

Myanmar and Biden’s Broken-Down Car Dilemma

By Andrew Samet
The Myanmar coup has posed an early test to the new administration's promise to work with allies to forge an anti-authoritarian front.
This Is Not the Time for Foreign Governments to Stay ‘Neutral’ in Myanmar
February 18, 2021

This Is Not the Time for Foreign Governments to Stay ‘Neutral’ in Myanmar

By Kim Jolliffe
Myanmar is approaching an inflection point, but the window for meaningful foreign action is quickly closing.

Myanmar Protests Resume After Second Night of Internet Shutdown
February 16, 2021

Myanmar Protests Resume After Second Night of Internet Shutdown

By Associated Press
The protests come ahead of a scheduled court appearance by Aung San Suu Kyi on Wednesday.

As Myanmar Protests Build, Crackdown Takes a Violent Turn
February 10, 2021

As Myanmar Protests Build, Crackdown Takes a Violent Turn

By Sebastian Strangio
The shootings raise the specter of a more concerted crackdown by a military that is no stranger to the use of deadly force.

Myanmar’s Generals Reshape Regional Political Dynamics
February 10, 2021

Myanmar’s Generals Reshape Regional Political Dynamics

By Luke Hunt
Min Aung Hlaing's seizure of power in Myanmar has shaken up the region's diplomatic balance.
The Thai Playbook for Myanmar’s Coup Leaders
February 09, 2021

The Thai Playbook for Myanmar’s Coup Leaders

By Zachary Abuza
Myanmar's generals could look to their eastern neighbor for tips on how to preserve their hold on power.

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