Six students from the University of Yangon analyze key themes in the military-controlled and state-owned media since the February 1st coup.
Myanmar Media in Transition: Legacies, Challenges and Change, edited by Lisa Brooten, Jane Madlyn McElhone and Gayathry Venkiteswaran, ISEAS, Singapore, 2019, 407 Pages.
Daniel Wood reviews how Myanmar Media in Transition unravels legacies of authoritarianism, carving new spaces for dissent.
What role has social media played in facilitating the spread of hardline nationalist sentiment in Myanmar?
Francois-Guillaume Jaeck attempts to identify why, and how, Myanmar’s ultranationalism provided such fertile ground for…
Yaw Bawm Mangshang analyzes the status of press freedom under the NLD-led government. This post…
Bobby Anderson captures Myanmar’s Paletwa Township in Chin State, and parts of neighboring Rakhine.
Alice Dawkins argues that foreign lawyers should not overshadow the work of Myanmar’s activist lawyers.…
Alice Dawkins describes discoveries in the uncatalogued section of the Australian National University’s Menzies Library.
Hunter Marston explores the divergent perspectives of international scholars and the people of Myanmar.
Alex Aung Khant on navigating the media. Fake news. Since Donald Trump’s rise to the…
Fortify Rights responds to debate over graphic video footage disseminated in May.
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