Han Alter (pseudonym) explores how to define civilians in the Spring Revolution.
Christopher J. Walker describes an instance of the random dangers encountered in Myanmar due to military repression.
Christopher J. Walker describes resistance to the military repression in Myanmar, in demonstrations and in education.
Christopher J. Walker describes one attempt to help relieve the dire food shortage resulting from military rule in Myanmar.
Christopher J. Walker reflects on the ingenuity of efforts to resist military repression in Myanmar.
Christopher J. Walker reflects on urgent safety concerns amidst the military repression in Myanmar.
Stefan Bächtold argues that calling Myanmar a ‘failed state’ could reinforce the Tatmadaw’s narratives and undermine the protest movements.
Helene Kyed argues that multiethnic unity is paramount for the success of civilian resistance to the military.
Everyday Economic Survival in Myanmar by Ardeth Maung Thawnghmung. Madison: Wisconsin University Press, 2019, 320 pages.
Elizabeth Rhoads reviews Ardeth Thawngmung’s 2019 book on the politics of quotidian survival strategies in Myanmar.
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