Mael Raynaud looks at the factors that both impede and enable Myanmar’s politics.
Kyaw Kyaw Thein wonders how much the media landscape has really improved.
Phyu Phyu Thin Zaw discusses what’s missing in the education reform process.
Mael Raynaud considers what education reform debates reveal about current political conditions.
An update from Liu Yun after the recent Pangkham summit
Aung Khant muses on Yangon’s drainage and infrastructure challenges.
Liu Yun considers whether things have changed in the realm of civil-military relations.
Mael Raynaud argues that while options have broadened for Myanmar’s youth, education remains key.
Aung Khant reflects on possibilities available to Myanmar youth, and the future openings and lingering limits they represent.
Hsu Myat Thazin discusses questions of consumerism, capitalism, and links to a new dependence on social media.