Confronting genocide in Myanmar 

Myanmar's government must acknowledge that genocide is being perpetrated against the Rohingya.

No strings attached

The enduring popularity of Myanmar’s Zat Pwe.

Moving beyond the Myitsone dam dilemma

How a historical China-Myanmar border treaty can help smooth troubled waters.

‘We are surviving without a dream’

Kachin refugees marooned in Kuala Lumpur.

Busting the myth that Myanmar is a sanctions success story

How sanctions can hinder rather than help human rights in Myanmar.

No end to war without women

Myanmar must bring women to the negotiating table when it comes to peace.

A festival of the deprecated spirit lords of Burma

Irfan Kortschak takes an up close look at Myanmar's nat pwe debaucheries.

Myanmar bibliographies and booklists

Popular and recommended reading on the Southeast Asian nation.

Echoes through time

The evolution of Burmese classical since the 19th century.

The east is red

Why Southeast Asia is now firmly in the grip of China.

ANU to remember Des Ball

New Mandala invites readers to celebrate the life and career of an extraordinary scholar.

Charting conflict and peace in a new Myanmar

Michael Wesley reflects on a new volume examining Myanmar’s path to peace and political transition.

India looks east

Towards a robust India-Myanmar-Bangladesh trilateral.

Washington’s untapped influence in Myanmar

Despite China’s power and proximity, the US has more influence than it recognises in Myanmar.


Reconciliation in Rakhine State

Myanmar's government must lift local orders that continue to oppress minorities in the troubled state.

The US, Myanmar and the dragon in the background

Why Beijing benefits from softer US sanctions on Myanmar.

Why the NLD needs deft diplomacy

It's time for Myanmar's government to cash in on Aung San Suu Kyi's global reach.

Lifting US sanctions: right or wrong?

The case for and against dropping economic restrictions on Myanmar.

A taxing problem

‘Duty’ isn’t enough to boost Myanmar’s tax revenue, writes Gerard McCarthy.

Local democracy in Myanmar

New paper examines local elections and the future of decentralisation.

Journeys without maps in Myanmar

More open politics and new technologies are putting much of the country back on the beaten path.

Myanmar’s Rohingya need tomorrow’s fairer world today

Can the Kofi Annan-chaired commission chart a path to peace and human rights for the Rohingya?

Same old wine, brand new bottle

Stumbling blocks to peace at the 21st Century Panglong Conference.

A conference and conflict in Myanmar

Will Panglong II end decades of ethnic insurgency?