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.
Brutal violence and nasty racist politics have a long history in Myanmar. To survive, people compartmentalise.
Myanmar's symbiotic civil-military authoritarianism is the root of its political failures and its ethnic tensions.
Can the Kofi Annan-chaired commission chart a path to peace and human rights for the Rohingya?
There is still a chance that Aung San Suu Kyi can become Myanmar’s next leader, reports Belinda Cranston.
In this post from the archives, Sai Latt examines the role of the Internet in anti-Muslim hate speech