Zin Wai Yan argues that the Burman majority should educate themselves for the good of…
This is Part Two of a two-part interview with the newly-appointed Minister of Human Rights for the National Unity Government, U Aung Myo Min.
Mi Chan (pseudonym) argues that Yale should assess its links to the Myanmar military.
Axel Harneit-Sievers cautions against a problematic argument made in a new publication.
Rio (pseudonym) writes about how his father, a soldier, understands the ongoing protests.
Adam E. Howe reflects on the coup as an attempt to establish a Thai-style “disciplined democracy”.
Myo Min outlines the potential and limitations of anti-coup protesters’ solidarity with the cause of the Rohingya.
Bertie Alexander Lawson considers how travellers struggle to understand Myanmar, through the lens of novels and travelogues.
Building on a rich discussion, Indrė Balčaitė explores the everyday politics of race in Myanmar.
Van Lal Thuam Lian @ Thuama imagines the feelings in Aung San Suu Kyi’s innermost being.