David Brenner reflects on rebel governance in Myanmar and how it challenges Conflict Studies paradigms.
Real Stories Not Tales, A Collection of Youth Stories (Part 1): Heartbroken Kachin youth decides it is time to go back home
In Part 1 of a 3-part special series by Real Stories Not Tales (RSNT), Hpare…
Jangai Jap reflects on ethnic minorities’ participation in Myanmar’s pro-democracy revolution.
Jae Park and Alexandre Pelletier call attention to gender in thinking about conflict in Myanmar.
Jangai Jap explains findings from a recent public opinion survey of Kachin in Myanmar.
Perspectives on War, Peace, and Rebel Politics: David’s Response: Taking the Conversation Forward (Part 4)
David Brenner discusses the synergies and productive tensions between different perspectives on Rebel Politics.
Perspectives on War, Peace, and Rebel Politics: Burma’s Civil War Is the Struggle of Political and Social Movements (Part 3)
Kai Htang Lashi comments on Rebel Politics from the perspective of a Kachin activist.
Perspectives on War, Peace, and Rebel Politics: Peace Inheres in Social Relations Formed during War (Part 2)
Shona Loong discusses what Rebel Politics tells us about peacebuilding among Karen communities.
Lee Jones discusses the merits of Rebel Politics in light of wider trends in the…
This is an introduction to a four-part commentary on David Brenner’s monograph, Rebel Politics: A…
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