Armed only with rudimentary tools, anti-regime groups undertake the painstaking task of removing mines left behind by retreating junta soldiers
Violent nationalism in India’s border state of Manipur has been supercharged by the Myanmar coup, with refugees branded as illegal immigrants and terrorists
Private domestic banks, whose assets consist largely of money deposited by ordinary Myanmar citizens, are effectively using the public’s money to fund the military council’s war effort
For nearly a century, the notorious detention centre in Bago Region has been a symbol of successive regimes’ oppression
It is impossible to predict where urban resistance to military rule will head, but the justness of operating in towns and cities is eroded when ordinary people suffer, David Scott Mathieson writes
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