Amendment of the National Education Law and other language-in-education developments following the 2021 military coup in Myanmar (Part 1)
8 Minutes To Read Nicolas Salem-Gervais, Summer Aung, Amber Spreelung, Ja Seng, Jung Benatar, and Chan* outline the evolving language-in-education landscape following the coup, within and beyond military-controlled territory in Part 1 of a Read the full article…
Beyond What Numbers can Say: The Economic and Social Devastations Caused by Myanmar’s Burning Villages
7 Minutes To Read Julian (pseudonym) shows how the junta’s use of arson has incurred extreme devastation.
3 Minutes To Read ซาลี ฟัง และ มึดา นาวานาถ หารือเกี่ยวกับโครงการผันน้ำยวมที่ถกเถียงเถียงกัน The English version of this article was originally published on April 3, 2023. Read the post here. A Burmese translation is available here.
26 Minutes To Read A study by Nyan Corridor describes the military coup’s consequences for political parties and their future options.
10 Minutes To Read Zali Fung and Mueda Nawanat discuss the contested Yuam River Water Diversion Project. A Thai translation is available here.
6 Minutes To Read Courtney T. Wittekind and Hilary Faxon underscore threats posed by a new market for land on Myanmar Facebook.
6 Minutes To Read Lian Bawi Thang argues that engagement will not change the corruption and power abuse deeply embedded in the SAC’s bureaucratic and political institutions.
7 Minutes To Read Han Alter (pseudonym) explores how to define civilians in the Spring Revolution.
8 Minutes To Read Yu Yu Htay discusses food weaponization and how the state of food production in post-coup Myanmar is leading to domestic hunger and undermining the regional food basket.
3 Minutes To Read Aung Kaung Myat considers the moral and analytical layers in addressing the military institution as “Tatmadaw” or “sit-tat.”