Crisis in Myanmar Enters the Third Year

As the crisis enters the third year, it is important to reflect on what happened in these two years and what the possible projections for the year 2023 are.

Guest Column: Darkness Has Fallen Over Myanmar

Power blackouts occurring across the country due to electricity shortages have worsened since February 2021.

Why the Myanmar Junta Bombed the Chin National Front Headquarters and Why Delhi Should Care

On January 11-12, jets belonging to the Myanmar military, which snatched power from the elected civilian government by force in a February 2021 coup, conducted two bombing raids of Camp Victoria, the headquarters of the Chin National Front (CNF), located right across the India-Myanmar border in western Chin State.

Global firms help Myanmar's military make weapons, says report

Former top UN officials say that supplies from companies in at least 13 countries is helping Myanmar's military in producing a vast range of weapons

100 detonators, 6.35 kg ganja seized in Mizoram's Champhai; 4 Myanmar nationals held in 2 operations

Around 100 detonators and 6.35 kg of marijuana were seized by the police in Mizoram in two separate operations. Four Myanmar nationals were arrested.

From Ukraine to Syria to Myanmar, it's a world of refugees

Moreover, refugees are becoming part of the planet's chronic condition, with immense political, social and economic consequences. In Asia, the brutal Myanmar military dictatorship has driven a million ethnic Rohingya into neighboring Bangladesh. These people, like the Ukrainians and Syrians, had little choice save to quit a manmade desolation.

In Mizoram, voices grow against Centre’s silence on Myanmar ‘bombing’

The NGO Coordination Committee, a collective of five influential civil society organisations and student bodies in the state have urged Centre to respond to the violation of Indian airspace and to ‘safeguard the sovereignty of India’.

More than 100 Rohingya refugees jailed for trying to flee Myanmar camps

Children among those arrested last month as they waited for transport to take them to Malaysia.

Myanmar’s military holds election talks with armed ethnic groups

The Shan State Progress Party, United Wa State Party and National Democratic Alliance Army have attended elections talks.

Blacklist International shrugs off losses vs Myanmar's Falcon Esports in M4 tilt

Falcon Esports proved to be the biggest hurdle for the Agents as they look for back-to-back crowns in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championships. They beat the Philippine powerhouse not once but twice in the early goings of the tournament.

Blacklist International shrugs off losses vs Myanmar's Falcon Esports in M4 tilt

Falcon Esports proved to be the biggest hurdle for the Agents as they look for back-to-back crowns in the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championships. They beat the Philippine powerhouse not once but twice in the early goings of the tournament.

Myanmar’s junta pardons more than 7,000 prisoners

The Independence Day amnesty includes a former National League for Democracy minister, authors and journalists.

Mobile Legends: Why Dale accepted coaching role in Myanmar

In his second world championship appearance after coaching Smart Omega in the M2 world championships in Singapore, coach Dale "Dale" Vitug marked his return to the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang scene with a coaching stint in Myanmar, under their world championship representatives Falcon.

A court in Myanmar again finds Aung San Suu Kyi guilty of corruption

A court in military-ruled Myanmar on Friday convicted the country's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi of corruption, sentencing her to seven years in prison in the last of a string of criminal cases against her, a legal official said. The court's action leaves her with a total of 33 years to serve in prison following a series of politically tinged prosecutions since the army toppled her elected government in February 2021.

Why India Needs To Keep On Engaging With Myanmar Junta And Ignore Gratuitous Advice To Shun The Generals

New Delhi’s deepening engagement with Myanmar’s ruling military junta has caused a fair bit of hand-wringing and even anger in some capitals around the world, especially the band of planet earth’s self-proclaimed ‘conscience-keepers’ in the west. Some bleeding heart Democrats in Washington DC, as well as lawmakers in some European capitals, have been urging India to not only desist from engaging with the ruling junta in Myanmar, but also cut off ties with them. i

Myanmar’s Immortal Heroes & People of 2022

Identifying individuals and groups who shaped the events of 2022 in Myanmar's second year of military takeover

ASEAN BEAT | DIPLOMACY | SOUTHEAST ASIA Myanmar’s NUG Welcomes the Passage of the U.S. BURMA Act

The legislation authorizes the Biden administration to begin providing non-lethal assistance to the opposition National Unity Government and its allies.

Thailand to Convene Regional Meeting on Myanmar Conflict

Thailand has reportedly invited interested members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to participate in a consultative meeting aimed at addressing the political crisis in Myanmar, to be held on December 22nd.

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