7 Minutes To Read Han Alter (pseudonym) explores how to define civilians in the Spring Revolution.
9 Minutes To Read Charlie Artingstoll looks at the challenges facing migrant workers hoping to send remittances to Myanmar.
7 Minutes To Read KSN (pseudonym) writes about a moment in which they find themselves. This post was originally published on January 12, 2022. Read the Burmese version here. I have not been back home even Read the full article…
10 Minutes To Read Ngwe Min Tar Yar shares his knowledge of intercommunal support in Myanmar for people grappling with COVID-19 and the coup.
9 Minutes To Read Inspired by the ongoing series, ‘Chronicle of a coup’, Damien Riley (pseudonym) writes about his experiences at an NGO.
6 Minutes To Read Sai Phyoe Zin Aung reflects on reasons for internal migration out of northern Shan State. Internal migration, the phenomenon of moving from one part of a country to another, is Read the full article…
8 Minutes To Read Robert Anderson describes a meeting three days before Aung San’s assassination and a surprising request.
The Geopolitics of Myanmar-China Relations after the Coup: China’s Geostrategic Calculations Towards Myanmar’s Coup
10 Minutes To Read Julian (pseudonym) outlines China’s geostrategic calculations and ambitions in Myanmar.
5 Minutes To Read Mi Chan (pseudonym) argues that Yale should assess its links to the Myanmar military.
9 Minutes To Read Khine, Nway Oo, and Peter (pseudonyms) express what they stand to lose in Myanmar’s Spring Revolution and why they continue the fight.