Jane M Ferguson reflects on the ritual of USD note scrutiny in Myanmar.
David Scott Mathieson suggests new ways to understand the world’s oldest civil war.
Andrew Thomson considers the role of internal migrants in promoting financial inclusion in rural areas.
Ewan Cameron argues for the validity of ‘Myanma English’ in a global world.
David Scott Mathieson reflects on the history of UN Special Rapporteurs in Burma.
Reshmi Banerjee tries to trace the difficult emotional journey of Indians from Burma.
Francesco Buscemi explores dynamics between the government and state-repelling populations in Myanmar.
Mael Raynaud pays tribute to a bold, bridge-building Karen leader.
Thinn Thinn describes lessons learned— on ethnicity, identity, and privilege— on a journey to Kachin.
Mael Raynaud considers the enduring legacy of a key figure in Myanmar’s transition.