Can ASEAN’S four-month ceasefire principle really work in Myanmar? – Issue 22

From the EAOs point of view On December 21st, 2018, the military issued a statement about the suspension of military operations in the five military areas in the northern Shan State and Kachin State, for four months until April 21st, 2019. The military said it would hold separate talks with the Ethnic Armed Organizations (EAOs) […]


What kinds of change may happen on 33rd Anniversary of the NLD? – Issue 21

What Happening in 1st week of September 2021? Chin State Till August 31st, the total number of Chin ethnic people killed by the military council has reached 108, according to the statement by the Institute of Chin Affairs.According to the news from the Chin World, the drunk police officer from Sami town beat a 16-year-old […]


A new direction in Myanmar politics after the revolution month – Issue 20

What Happening in the Week? Chin State Falam Christian Minister’s Fellowship issued a letter, warning that the use of holy religious buildings for military purposes may create a religious conflict which is bigger than the political problem and has called on the terrorist military council’s troops to avoid using them. On August 23rd, a civilian […]


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