Myanmar

  • Commentary

    Why Southeast Asia Has Reason to Be Optimistic About 2022

    Tourism and manufacturing are rebounding after coronavirus-related disruptions, but the recovery is fragile.

  • Event

    Carnegie Connects: Democracy in Peril

    Join Aaron David Miller as he sits down with leading experts Rachel Kleinfeld and Frances Brown to discuss the state of democracy and the path forward in advance of the summit.

  • Research

    The Struggle for Legitimacy in Post-Coup Myanmar

    Democratic reform in Myanmar has suffered a grave setback. The EU’s response to the military coup must be strong enough to reverse the political crisis and restore and renew democracy in Myanmar.

  • Commentary

    The Quad Can End the Crisis in Myanmar

    There’s currently no end in sight to the growing civil unrest that has gripped Myanmar since its military coup on Feb. 1. As protests grow by the day, Myanmar’s military, the Tatmadaw, has turned to lethal violence to quell demonstrations.

  • Multimedia

    Biden’s Next Moves in Myanmar

    Myanmar security forces’ deadly crackdowns on demonstrators protesting a military coup are raising alarm in the West. How the United States responds to calls for action on Myanmar is a test of President Biden's foreign policy team.

  • Multimedia

    Japan’s Myanmar Dilemma: How Hard To Push Against Military Coup Leaders?

    The military’s killing of at least 18 protesters on Sunday in Myanmar has increased pressure on foreign governments to use their influence to push for the release of the country's elected leaders, including Aung San Suu Kyi, from detention, and restore some measure of democratic rule.

  • Multimedia

    On Myanmar

    The military of Myanmar has overthrown the elected government, imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, and issued ominous warnings to the country’s citizens to stop protesting the coup. How did the country get to this point?

  • Commentary

    End of Myanmar’s Rocky Road to Democracy?

    Myanmar’s military has seized power in a coup after nearly a decade of sharing power with elected lawmakers.

  • Research

    India’s Rohingya Realpolitik

    • Niranjan Sahoo
    • October 31, 2017

    India’s muted reaction to the Rohingya crisis is worthy of note, as there had been high expectations that it would help diffuse this state-orchestrated humanitarian crisis.

    • March 04, 2021
    • PRI’s The World
    Dan Slater
    Biden’s Next Moves in Myanmar
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    • March 02, 2021
    • KWBU
    Maiko Ichihara
    Japan’s Myanmar Dilemma: How Hard To Push Against Military Coup Leaders?
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    • February 09, 2021
    • BYU Radio
    Dan Slater
    On Myanmar
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