Tony Scott introduces an important new digital archive of Myanmar manuscripts.
Jasnea Sarma speaks to security guards in Yangon about wider insecurities in the city.
Jasnea Sarma explores the contours of an emerging private security and surveillance culture in Yangon…
Frances O’Morchoe details the lesser-known history of the Myanmar-China railway in nineteenth-century Burma.
Edgard Rodriguez considers the role of investing in think tanks to support Myanmar’s ongoing reforms.
Yay Chann argues that Myanmar should develop hydropower sustainably to meet the country’s power demands.
Thomas David Dowling concludes his three-part series on the Extinction Rebellion in Myanmar.
In Part Two of a three-part series, Thomas David Dowling explores the limits of applying Extinction…
Thomas David Dowling discusses environmental movements and current climate change issues in Myanmar, Part One…
Lynn Htwe looks at responses to Sitagu Sayadaw’s comments on Pagan’s recognition by UNESCO.