Phoenix (pseudonym) argues that Burma’s current model of teacher-student relations limits debate.
Rosalie Metro discusses how Myanmar government textbooks can be used in innovative ways.
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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.
Adam E. Howe reflects on the coup as an attempt to establish a Thai-style “disciplined democracy”.
Myo Min outlines the potential and limitations of anti-coup protesters’ solidarity with the cause of the Rohingya.
Bella Aung calls for recognizing minorities’ contributions to ongoing anti-coup protests.
Matt Venker, Nicole, and Ma Ei Ei consider the role that foreign researchers can play in the critical time after the coup.