The Programme on Modern Burmese Studies at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, in collaboration with…
Liu Yun considers whether things have changed in the realm of civil-military relations.
Klara Christensen recounts a cathartic inter-faith freestyle rap session in conflict-torn Meikhtila.
Reshmi Banerjee Reviews Maaike Matelski’s new PhD dissertation “Constructing Civil Society in Myanmar.”
Mael Raynaud argues that while options have broadened for Myanmar’s youth, education remains key.
Khin Zaw Win discusses the recent offensive by the “Northern alliance” and its implications.
Aung Tun considers the multiple moving parts associated with resolving conflict in Myanmar.
Aung Khant reflects on possibilities available to Myanmar youth, and the future openings and lingering limits they represent.
Reshmi Banerjee reviews Pia Jolliffe’s new book on the Karen and the gift of education.
Tea Circle is now accepting submissions for a new forum on Myanmar’s Waterways.