Ngwe Min Tar Yar shares his knowledge of intercommunal support in Myanmar for people grappling with COVID-19 and the coup.
Inspired by the ongoing series, ‘Chronicle of a coup’, Damien Riley (pseudonym) writes about his experiences at an NGO.
ပျောက်ဆုံးသွားတဲ့မိမိကိုယ်ကို ပြန်လည်ရှာဖွေဖို့ ဖြတ်သန်းခဲ့ရတဲ့ အခိုက်အတန့်ကာလတစ်ခုအကြောင်းဖြစ်ပါတယ်။
Julian (pseudonym) outlines China’s geostrategic calculations and ambitions in Myanmar. Read the Burmese version here.
Mi Chan (pseudonym) argues that Yale should assess its links to the Myanmar military.
Khine, Nway Oo, and Peter (pseudonyms) express what they stand to lose in Myanmar’s Spring Revolution and why they continue the fight.
Zung Ring (pseudonym) argues that the revolution’s outcome depends on bold decisions and effective leadership.
Axel Harneit-Sievers cautions against a problematic argument made in a new publication.
Kyaw Hsan Hlaing and Emily Fishbein argue that Myanmar’s media climate is dire under the junta but press freedoms in Rakhine State had already unraveled.
Rio (pseudonym) writes about how his father, a soldier, understands the ongoing protests.