Christopher J. Walker(pseudonym) describes how military repression in Myanmar is strangling access to medical care during the Covid-19 pandemic.
An open letter by scholars and analysts of Myanmar, to the Institute of Economics and Peace requesting necessary changes to a recent Global Terrorism Index Report.
Christopher J. Walker shares the autobiography of a political activist who escaped to Thailand, and considers his current situation.
Christopher J. Walker reflects on the lives of Myanmar political activists, sheltering from the Tatmadaw as exiles in Thailand.
Christopher J. Walker reflects on the lives of Myanmar political activists, fleeing for their lives from the Tatmadaw.
To understand the generational pain and grief, Htar Nwe (pseudonym) writes about the process of finding herself through her own pain and grief after the February 1 coup.
Christopher J. Walker describes an instance of the random dangers encountered in Myanmar due to military repression.
Christopher J. Walker describes resistance to the military repression in Myanmar, in demonstrations and in education.
Christopher J. Walker describes one attempt to help relieve the dire food shortage resulting from military rule in Myanmar.
Christopher J. Walker reflects on the ingenuity of efforts to resist military repression in Myanmar.