Just before the assassination, a dream of the royal wedding
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.
Lux et Veritas: Yale’s Links to the Myanmar Military
5 Minutes To Read Mi Chan (pseudonym) argues that Yale should assess its links to the Myanmar military.
What We Fight for When We Stand Against the Coup
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.
‘Is Myanmar’s Spring Revolution Winnable?’: The Role of CRPH and the EAOs in the Revolution
7 Minutes To Read Zung Ring (pseudonym) argues that the revolution’s outcome depends on bold decisions and effective leadership.
‘Transfer of civilians’ as a ‘colonial wrong’ in international criminal law? Myanmar’s migration history as a hazardous argument
10 Minutes To Read Axel Harneit-Sievers cautions against a problematic argument made in a new publication.
Critical Juncture: Being a Soldier’s Son in Burma’s Ongoing Crisis
4 Minutes To Read Rio (pseudonym) writes about how his father, a soldier, understands the ongoing protests.
On the Perils of Disciplined Democracy
6 Minutes To Read Adam E. Howe reflects on the coup as an attempt to establish a Thai-style “disciplined democracy”.
Equality or Animosity: Where will the Democratic Uprising Take the Rohingya?
6 Minutes To Read Myo Min outlines the potential and limitations of anti-coup protesters’ solidarity with the cause of the Rohingya.
Myanmar Only has One National Cause
7 Minutes To Read Mark Adams (pseudonym) considers new pathways for a united front in Myanmar’s future.