The Problem With Postcards From Myanmar

The Interpreter

Myanmar is opening up to foreign tourists, but it’s not just Covid-19 that poses a risk.


Myanmar Junta Leader Vows to ‘Annihilate’ Opponents

Deutsche Welle

The leader of Myanmar’s military made the threat at a parade marking Armed Forces Day. The junta ousted civilian leaders, including State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi, in February 2021.


Reading Southeast Asia on Ukraine

The Interpreter

Russia’s invasion has unified the West with new clarity, yet exposed ambiguity and uncertainty in Southeast Asia.


Myanmar Families Divided Over Children’s Education Amid Political Turmoil

Deutsche Welle

Millions of families are torn between education, safety, and loyalty to the pro-democracy movement when it comes to deciding whether to send their children back to public schools.


A No-fly Zone Won’t Fly in Myanmar

East Asia Forum

As long as Myanmar’s junta enjoys the support of Russia and China, there is little chance that the UN would support the idea of a no-fly zone.


Myanmar Issue Hardens Divisions in ASEAN

Voice of America

Analysts said a troika had emerged made up of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei, which share religious sympathies with the Muslim Rohingya and have opposed bringing the Myanmar junta into ASEAN after it was banned from attending its summits in response to the coup.


New Species Found in Embattled Greater Mekong

Deutsche Welle

The share of people living in cities across the five middle-income countries in the Greater Mekong has roughly doubled since 1970, pushing species to the brink of survival.


Myanmar Tumbles Into the Abyss

East Asia Forum

The Myanmar army’s capacity to consolidate its rule appears more fragile than ever, with so many new armed groups now taking up to the fight to the military regime and its representatives.

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