Aung San Suu Kyi


Myanmar’s New Reality Without Aung San Suu Kyi

Deutsche Welle

Aung San Suu Kyi, the face of democracy in Myanmar, is facing poor health while imprisoned following the 2021 military coup. Despite her party NLD’s dominance, analysts say it still relies heavily on Suu Kyi’s leadership.


Myanmar Junta Grants Partial Pardon To Detained Leaders Amid Continuing Crisis and Resistance

Global Voices

Critics decipher Myanmar military junta’s decision of granting a partial pardon to Aung San Suu Kyi as merely a tactic to divert the attention of opposition forces and alleviate international condemnation.


Why Has the West Given Billions in Military Aid to Ukraine, but Virtually Ignored Myanmar?

The Conversation

It proves challenging to build a narrative around the Myanmar crisis due to the complexities within the country.


No International-backed End in Sight to the Misery in Myanmar

East Asia Forum

The most likely outcome in Myanmar is that longstanding hesitation about entanglement in a wider war will discourage foreign players from taking more aggressive, interventionist approaches.


Myanmar: Junta Air Strike Kills Dozens, Rebel Group Says

Deutsche Welle

The Kachin Independence Organization says the Myanmar military carried out air strikes on a concert to celebrate the group's founding. The attacks reportedly killed some 80 people, including musicians and civilians.


Myanmar: A Desperate Junta Trying, and Failing, To Shore up Its Legitimacy

The Interpreter

Aung San Suu Kyi’s Australian economic adviser was sentenced to three years in prison. It won’t help the Myanmar junta’s international isolation or its domestic problems.


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.


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.


Myanmar’s Annus Horribilis

The Interpreter

The security situation is more complex and dangerous than it has been since the 1950s, without a resolution in sight.


Exiled Physician Fighting for a Better Myanmar

Voice of America

“The origin of the legitimacy is really with the will of the people of Myanmar,” said a minister of Myanmar’s shadow government formed in the wake of the coup. “The U.N.’s duty is to uphold the will of the people of Myanmar. That is the obligation.”

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