Aung Kaung Myat considers the moral and analytical layers in addressing the military institution as “Tatmadaw” or “sit-tat.”
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.