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Myanmar’s Democrats Soldiering On while Asian Neighbours and Putin’s Russia Arm the Murderous Coup Regime
FORSEA is bringing you a small collection of analyses which Myanmar dissidents and researchers themselves have written in both English and Burmese languages.
ASEAN Leaders’ Statement on the Recent Attack on a Convoy of the AHA Centre and ASEAN Monitoring Team in Myanmar
ASEAN leaders' voice deep concern with ongoing violence in Myanmar and call for the immediate cessation of all forms of violence and the use of force to create a conducive environment for the safe and timely delivery of humanitarian assistance and inclusive national dialogues.
Who will replace the military in Myanmar? The People’s Answer
The international community need to seriously re-assess the current regressively Westphalian view that Myanmar military is the only organization capable of holding the country together, despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
The Political Significance of Myanmar Public’s Refusal to Hold the Water Festival: How the Coup Military Regime Lost Its Base, the Ethnic Bama Buddhist Society
The society-wide refusal to celebrate the most popular Water Festival/Myanmar New Year is like the electorate, voting with their cultural deeds against the six-decades-old mass-murderous military.
FORSEA Spring Media Roundup
Read about UN agencies as embodiments of “the banality of evil”; China’s damning pragmatism in Myanmar, and Myanmar people’s resistance and social revolution.
Is China Mediating Conflicts in Myanmar?
China’s approach towards peace and stability lacks any real prospects for peace. For the Chinese are pursuing stability in Myanmar only to the extent it serves to protect their economic, security, and energy interests, not peace for Myanmar as a whole.
As early as December 2022, the coup leader Min Aung Hlaing was warned by his security chiefs that the military-sponsored elections will trigger waves of violence across Myanmar
What emerges from this official document marked “SECRET” is a deeply troubling picture of a state, in the slow-motion process of a collapse.
Bureaucratic Despair at the United Nations Human Rights Council, but Hope, Love and Strength amongst Myanmar’s Resistance Communities
Listen Mr. Human Rights Commissioner: Hope is NOT rare among us Myanmar revolutionaries and our supporters.
Myanmar Military’s Acts of Terrorism from the Sky & Savage Beheadings on the Ground
Under Min Aung Hlaing’s genocidal commandership, Myanmar Armed Forces are morphing into a terrorist organization in full view of the world at large. The question now for Myanmar – and the pro-democratic world – to ask themselves is a variation of Lenin’s “What needs to be done?”