Anders Kirstein Moeller proposes that the coup d’état on February 1, 2021 can be better understood as a factionalist power grab, with implications for how analysts look at the ongoing crisis in Myanmar.
ယခု အင်တာဗျူးဆောင်းပါအား လူ့အခွင့်အရေး လေ့လာမှုဌာန (the Institute for the Study of Human Right (ISHR)) မှ ဒေးဗစ်မက်သီဆင်နှင့် …
This is Part 1 of a two-part ISHR interview with David Mathieson, an independent analyst…
Stefan Bächtold argues that calling Myanmar a ‘failed state’ could reinforce the Tatmadaw’s narratives and undermine the protest movements.
Rio (pseudonym) writes about how his father, a soldier, understands the ongoing protests.
Mark Adams (pseudonym) considers new pathways for a united front in Myanmar’s future.
Thang Deih Tuang and Jeff Williamson highlight ongoing food insecurity in Chin state and a chance for reform during COVID-19.
David Scott Mathieson reviews Andrew Selth’s 2019 book on Myanmar’s notorious intelligence services.
Yatana Yamahata explores the reasons behind the Tatmadaw’s stronghold over Myanmar politics.
Thiha Wint Aung explains why responding to AA with full military might would be counterproductive.