China will continue supporting Ethnic Armed Organisations with cultural and economic ties to China.
In the manufacturing hub of Hlaingthaya, migrant women often live in isolation.
Reductive narratives about the Rohingya trafficked by governments, NGOs and Rohingya leaders themselves contribute to the exclusion of some refugees from rights and protection.
Women in Rakhine state are doubly jeopardised when the threat of COVID-19 intersects with war.
Who gets to be categorized as vulnerable and receive much-needed economic assistance?
An ongoing crackdown on freedom of expression is impacting the access to essential information.
For centuries a cross roads of Asia, Myanmar has also suffered the attendant waves of epidemic and endemic disease.
Where to now for Myanmar Studies? New Mandala co-founder Nicholas Farrelly reflects on a rapidly changing field.
Recent experience suggests that once Myanmar sees itself as isolated and victimised, it can be much harder to influence to change its approach on the Rohingya.
The ILO is making slow but sure progress towards SDGs on human trafficking and forced labour in Myanmar, writes Gary Rynhart.
Brutal violence and nasty racist politics have a long history in Myanmar. To survive, people compartmentalise.
A reflection on China-Myanmar relations ahead of Xi Jinping’s visit on 17 January 2020.
Human rights and heritage sites in Myanmar: An irreconcilable juxtaposition or a productive conversation?
What does world heritage inscription means in a country where human rights abuses are ongoing.
A glimpse into the current state of mother tongue education and its connections to the broader ethnic reconciliation process.
မြန်မာနိုင်ငံရှိ တင်းမာသောအမြင်သဘောထားနှင့် ဒီမိုကရေစီလှည့်စားမှုများ - ဖွဲ့စည်းပုံအခြေခံဥပဒေပြင်ဆင်ခြင်းအား နိုင်ငံရေးစွမ်းဆောင်မှုအဖြစ် အသုံးချခြင်း
Destructive cycles of crop booms carve deep cracks in SEA societies, cultures and landscapes.
Exploring possible paths to justice for crimes against the Rohingya.
Myanmar's symbiotic civil-military authoritarianism is the root of its political failures and its ethnic tensions.
Despite recent attacks by the Northern Alliance, Myanmar's military has extended its unilateral ceasefire.
Authoritarian successor parties can be an important part of democratic consolidation, so we shouldn’t necessarily welcome a weak USDP.
Andrew Selth's recollections of the hazards of the rumour mill in Ne Win-era Myanmar.
Weary of Myanmar’s elite-driven peace process, some communities in Karen State are trying something different.
Scholars and activists discuss the region's persistent struggles with democracy at a recent ANU conference.
ANU conference examines how and why illiberalism remains inherent to political order in mainland Southeast Asia, and what might be done about it.