David Brenner reflects on rebel governance in Myanmar and how it challenges Conflict Studies paradigms.
Myo Min outlines the potential and limitations of anti-coup protesters’ solidarity with the cause of the Rohingya.
Mark Adams (pseudonym) considers new pathways for a united front in Myanmar’s future.
Bernard Minn discusses the role of ethnocentrism in peace agreements and the refugee crisis.
Shona Loong uses world histories of anti-colonial nationalism to reexamine the Karen struggle.
Jangai Jap explains findings from a recent public opinion survey of Kachin in Myanmar.
David Scott Mathieson reviews Andrew Selth’s 2019 book on Myanmar’s notorious intelligence services.
Kyawt Thuzar and Zoe Matthews discuss the links between civic-oriented pedagogy in Myanmar classrooms and conflict transformation.
Lynn Htwe looks at responses to Sitagu Sayadaw’s comments on Pagan’s recognition by UNESCO.
Francois-Guillaume Jaeck attempts to identify why, and how, Myanmar’s ultranationalism provided such fertile ground for…