A recent exhibition showcased Myanmar artists' responses to the coup and resistance to it.
Common enemy: a hollow slogan for solidarity in Myanmar
...how to divide power between the NUG and the ethnic states, and protect sub-minorities within minority states?
Myanmar studies academics decry SOAS Professor of Burmese Language post closure
Losing the position will end an important legacy of language scholarship and close opportunities for scholars interested in broader Burma/Myanmar studies.
Civil society in the Mekong: What can we learn from environmental struggles?
As political space contracts, the role for informal networks or coalitions expands.
“Mandatory” deaths for the poor, get out of jail free card for the rich in Asia
The fact that dirty money needs to be cleaned provides opportunities for law enforcement agencies in ASEAN to collectively monitor drug lords and drug traffickers.
Digital contention in post-coup Myanmar
Social media dissidence has likely facilitated a civil disobedience movement with greater grassroots support than ever—a development that the Tatmadaw might find difficult to halt.
Brewing for democracy: digital activism & the #MilkTeaAlliance
Digital activism, identity, and transnational contentious politics
Academics call on Government to protect stranded Myanmar students
A group of academics is urging the Federal Government to grant humanitarian protection visas to a small cohort of gifted students.
NBSEAS talks to Jonathan Saha on “Colonizing Animals: Interspecies Empire in Myanmar”
Saha brings together the emerging field of animal studies with the more established field of postcolonial studies.
People’s power and resistance in Southeast Asia in comparison: a roundtable
...movements signify the transformative potential of people’s power & its inherent precarity; state responses to protestors’ demands range widely...
Myanmar’s anti-junta forces are terrorists, says the Institute for Economics and Peace
Empirical data is not politically neutral, nor does it speak for itself. Divorced from its original context, it can cause harm.
Rethinking self-censorship in Southeast Asia’s media landscape
By intentionally devising concealment strategies that maintain the core messages...research participants demonstrate their commitment to continue producing critical information while avoiding punishment.
Effective third-sector actors in aid on the Thailand-Myanmar border
Myanmar CSOs have experience providing aid in the border areas and social capital with the war on community.
New Books on SE Asia: Jane Ferguson’s “Repossessing Shanland…”
Literati and politicians have constructed a virtual Shan state that lives on in popular media, rock music, and Buddhist ritual.
With ASEAN snub, Myanmar junta signals return to Cold War isolationism
Military officials have vowed to “learn to walk with only a few friends”, and weather international isolation and economic sanctions.
ပူးတွဲကြေညာချက် – မြန်မာနိုင်ငံတွင် စစ်တပ်အာဏာသိမ်းခြင်း တစ်နှစ်ပြည့်
ထိုးစစ်များအတွင်း အစုလိုက်အပြုံလိုက် သတ်ဖြတ်ခြင်းများအပါအဝင် လက်နက်မဲ့ အရပ်သားများကို ပစ်မှတ်ထားသတ်ဖြတ်ခြင်းနှင့် ထိခိုက်ဒဏ်ရာရစေခြင်းများကို ကျွန်ုပ်တို့ ရှုတ်ချသည်။
Joint statement: One year after the military coup in Myanmar
We deplore the targeted killing and maiming of unarmed civilians, including via massacres during recent military offensives launched in many parts of the country.
Countering climate collapse: the Spring Revolution must centre indigenous voices
In the midst of the Spring Revolution, new opportunities arise for climate justice.
Dispossession, deforestation and deceit in Myanmar
Past attempts to attain palm oil self-sufficiency resulted in widespread extortion and the theft of lands from local communities around the country.
The Centrality of the Civil Disobedience Movement in Myanmar’s Post-Coup Era
Humanitarian work without the recognition of the CDM will provoke public distrust and rejection.
On business, research and garment workers in Myanmar: Interview with Sara Tödt
"...I see great value in capturing women’s stories in a rich and encompassing way."
Traumatic Pasts in Asia: The editors’ account
These case studies analyse both the psychological and communal effects of violence and natural disasters and how communities attempt to overcome their effects.
Profile: Hunter Marston on shifting from Buddhist philosophy to politics in Myanmar
"I saw for the first time that Buddhist philosophy was connected to daily struggles and politics at a very fundamental level."
Vale Dr Ni Win Zaw, Head, Department of Library and Information Studies, University of Yangon
Dr Ni Win Zaw’s vision and commitment to development of education will take considerable time to replace.