The likely result of leaving the Tatmadaw to its own devices in dealing with ARSA is the creation of yet another insurgency.
Myanmar women aren’t relying on outsiders to call out discrimination, or to organise to demand their rights.
Despite connecting with EAO leaders, Aung San Suu Kyi fails to garner local support among minority communities.
Land rights for displaced people are a critical, yet often overlooked, part of rebuilding livelihoods in Myanmar's conflict areas.
Greater democratisation will probably occur in spite of, not because of, Aung San Suu Kyi's leadership.
MP's Constituency Development Funds are criticised for promoting clientelism. But we should take a more nuanced view of their role in Myanmar's new politics.
Rumours about Myanmar’s Muslims are seen to contain an element of “truth” because they project blame for decades of suffering under military rule.
The eLibrary Myanmar Project is helping libraries make the leap from isolation to digitisation, both of their own outstanding collections and global publications.
Why the expansion of Chinese investment into Myanmar isn't all gloom and doom.
The Karen National Union shows how internal conflicts in Myanmar’s insurgencies can complicate the peace process
How the idea of 'taingyintha' is used to decide who does and does not belong in Myanmar's political community.
How a revolutionary approach is addressing major gaps in STEM education.
On the nature of communal violence in Myanmar, and divergent Burmese and international interpretations of its causes.
The UN’s capability to defend citizens of the world.
Why some Buddhist women are concerned about a proposed rights laws in Myanmar.
Paying tribute to an Australian surgeon dedicated to Myanmar's disabled.