Decades of Torture, Imprisonment and Executions of Activists and Journalists: Myanmar’s Criminal Junta and the Resistance
FORSEA is resuming its Dialogue Series on Democratic Struggles on its YouTube Channel on Monday 25th September, 2023, with a LIVE discussion with the two former political prisoners.
FORSEA cofounder M. Zarni dissects the regime's so-called "partial pardon" of #AungSanSuuKyi: confuse #Myanmar resistance, coopt tired NLD leaders, placate @ASEAN & arm-supplier-neighbours (#china #Thailand #India #Singapore) & crush principled resisters.
Bangkok-based “Conspiracy Blogger” Brian Berletic spreads Fake News about FORSEA as “A Tool of US Imperialism” in Southeast Asia
The ex-US Marine turned conspiracy blogger also attacks the “Milk Tea Alliance” and Myanmar's Resistance while defending Cambodia’s Hun Sen and dispensing advice to China and Russia on their arms trade.
Nyi Pu Lay, the man, treated anyone who met him with respect. He was courteous, thoughtful, kind and generous with his time, talents and publications. He was modest above all, and brimming with curiosity and eagerness to learn not just about things that immediately concerned the Burmese mind, but racism, international law, democratization, transitional justice, genocide and other atrocity crimes.
FORSEA Statement regarding Thailand’s TOP NEWS’s Baseless News Story about the Abolition of the Monarchy in Thailand
The broadcaster offered no shred of corroborating evidence, be it in the form of verified minutes of the meeting, bona fide agendas, or audio-visual recordings to substantiate its wild claims.
A LIVE discussion with FORSEA co-founder Maung Zarni, 9 July 2023, 2300 GMT, shedding light on "national resistance" against the "Myanmar military junta's atrocious war against its own people".
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.
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.