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2018/11/17 | The Third Pole
REVIEW: The Himalayan Arc, Journeys East of South-east
Analysts, diplomats, journalists and authors give voice to a region that is growing in importance on the world stage.
2018/10/20 | David Green
INTERVIEW: Htin Kyaw Aye on Opening Myanmar to Data Transparency
As freedoms come under threat in Myanmar, various civic tech groups are trying to promote the importance of collecting, sharing and using data to get to the truth.
2018/08/17 | The Conversation
OPINION: Rohingya Refugees Remain Trapped in Catastrophe
One year after the outbreak of the crisis the Rohingya are no closer to a resolution.
2018/05/28 | New Mandala
REVIEW: 'Divergent Paths' Explains Changing Fates of Myanmar and North Korea
One was embraced as a flowering democracy, the other remains a pariah state, but both governments remain paranoid and oppressive.
2018/05/15 | Policy Forum
How Southeast Asia Can Avoid Dutch Disease
The likes of Laos and Myanmar can avoid the middle-income trap by establishing mechanisms to invest their resource-driven revenues.
2018/05/11 | AsiaGlobal Online
ANALYSIS: How Facebook Is Damaging Myanmar's Fragile Democracy
Myanmar is becoming a forceful example of how unrestrained social media can polarize opinion and damage democracy.
2018/05/07 | The Conversation
A Decade Later, Cyclone Nargis Still Holds Lessons for Myanmar
Myanmar has learned from the disaster, but it is prepared for the next one?
2018/04/23 | The Interpreter
Who Will Ultimately Be Blamed for the Rohingya Crisis?
For decades, Myanmar’s leaders have feared that they may be brought before a court to account for their actions, but the issue goes far beyond military top brass.
MYANMAR: Online Defamation Cases Are Silencing Critics
Civil society groups are trying to blow the lid off a de-facto censorship law in Myanmar as defamation cases increase under the democratically elected government.
2018/03/29 | East Asia Forum
Decades of Rohingya Tensions Still Strain the Myanmar-Bangladesh Relationship
The Rohingya crisis isn't a recent phenomenon, but new kinds of international pressure will be needed to resolve it.
2018/03/26 | The Interpreter
Is Myanmar's Leadership Too Old for the Job?
The graying leadership of the ruling National League for Democracy is an impediment to real change.
2018/03/17 | Shona Loong
Healing Wounds on the Thai-Myanmar Border
The withdraw of aid to support Myanmarese migrants on the Thai side of the border spotlights the challenges that remain to offer them a safe path home.
2018/02/18 | Sam Swash
REVIEW: 'The Authoritarian Public Sphere' Ponders the Resilience of Dictatorships
In this book, Alexander Dukalskis offers insight into the efforts of three of Asia’s longest standing authoritarian regimes to legitimize and maintain their rule.
2018/01/26 | Mongabay
British Boatbuilders Still Using Illegal Burmese Teak
Hundreds of thousands of tons of illegal timber are exported from Myanmar illegally every year.