March 17, 2023

    ‘We are revolutionary fighters, so we will use every ounce of our strength to fight back’ — Karenni minister

    Khu Nye Reh, the Karenni State Administration Team’s home affairs minister, speaks to Myanmar Now about the current situation in…
    March 7, 2023

    ‘Banks must be desperate’ under Myanmar junta — Sean Turnell

    Following his release from Myanmar prison, former NLD economic advisor Sean Turnell says policy institutions have ‘locked themselves away,’ becoming…
    February 20, 2023

    Arms to Myanmar’s resistance would ‘level the playing field’ against junta, Thai scholar says

    Myanmar Now asks expert on Thai-Myanmar relations Thitinan Pongsudhirak for insight on the continued cooperation between the countries’ militaries and…
    February 3, 2023

    ‘Our biggest hurdle is the low level of public collaboration’

    A spokesperson for the group responsible for the killing of two military intelligence agents last month speaks to Myanmar Now…
    January 18, 2023

    ‘I would call it a fake election staged by the junta’

    Veteran Rakhine politician Pe Than discusses the junta’s election plans and what they will mean for his home state and…
    January 16, 2023

    ‘This is just one of the vicissitudes of politics’ in Myanmar

    SNLD general secretary Sai Leik discusses the possibility of his party being dissolved if it refuses to take part in…
    December 15, 2022

    ‘The people of Myanmar deserve so much more from the US, the EU and other democratic countries’

    Myanmar Now asked American scholar Dr Zachary Abuza whether the BURMA Act can finally begin to provide the help that…
    October 26, 2022

    ‘I was thrown by the force of the blast’ — survivor of Myanmar military airstrike on Hpakant

    A man who was at the Kachin State music festival targeted in an aerial bombing by the junta says at…


      February 21, 2023

      Myanmar’s new foreign minister returns to the spotlight

      Than Swe, the country’s former ambassador to the United Nations and the United States, is back to defend an isolated…
      January 31, 2023

      Analysis: Min Aung Hlaing will maintain the status quo that serves him

      With his term as junta chief set to expire, Min Aung Hlaing will cling to power with or without army-controlled…
      January 27, 2023

      Analysis: Junta law aims to kill Suu Kyi’s political party

      To comply, the NLD would need to declare that it is in no way associated with the CRPH or NUG,…
      November 29, 2022

      Myanmar’s post-coup economy is heading for a reckoning

      Nearly two years after seizing power, the military has pushed the country’s economy to its limits
      January 29, 2022

      Junta’s reliance on airpower grows as resistance gain ground

      Myanmar’s military is increasingly using its air supremacy to deal with the many new enemies it has made over the…
      July 26, 2021

      Telenor will transfer call data records for 18m subscribers to junta-linked company

      Activists fear Telenor’s transfer of personal data, which may get caught in European data protection law, will place them at…
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