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In a World of Crises, Don’t Forget Myanmar
July 26, 2022

In a World of Crises, Don’t Forget Myanmar

By Hunter Marston and Lucas Myers
The U.S. should not lose sight of the escalating humanitarian and political crisis in Myanmar. There are clear national and moral interests at stake.

ASEAN Should Harden Its Stance on Myanmar Junta, Blinken Says
July 11, 2022

ASEAN Should Harden Its Stance on Myanmar Junta, Blinken Says

By Sebastian Strangio
But the Southeast Asian bloc is unlikely to take the punitive line favored by the U.S. and its Western partners.
China Announces Aid Dispersal to Myanmar’s Military Junta
August 11, 2021

China Announces Aid Dispersal to Myanmar’s Military Junta

By Sebastian Strangio
Can Western democracies offer similar aid without legitimizing Myanmar's military administration?

Myanmar Mire: Democracy Under Fire
March 16, 2021

Myanmar Mire: Democracy Under Fire

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jane Ferguson.

After the ICJ Ruling, What Will the US Do for the Rohingya?
January 29, 2020

After the ICJ Ruling, What Will the US Do for the Rohingya?

By Adam Kiedrowski
The recent ruling against Myanmar should spark a stronger response from the United States.

What the US Can Learn from China and India’s Engagement With Myanmar
August 09, 2018

What the US Can Learn from China and India’s Engagement With Myanmar

By Abigail Chen and Hunter Marston
As U.S. pressure tactics have proven unable to improve conditions for the Rohingya, it is worth considering alternatives.

A New Report Says America is Being Duped in Myanmar
March 23, 2018

A New Report Says America is Being Duped in Myanmar

By Stanley A. Weiss
Myanmar's military has fooled Washington into thinking the country has changed.
What Tillerson’s Myanmar Visit Means
November 22, 2017

What Tillerson’s Myanmar Visit Means

By Angshuman Choudhury
Geopolitics beats out values as Tillerson treads softly on the Rohingya issue.

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