As soldiers defect, and rumours swirl of disgruntlement among generals past and present over the economic and political fallout of the coup, chinks seem to be appearing in the Myanmar military’s armour. But is it enough to topple this seemingly immovable institution?
Allegra Mendelson and Kyaw Hsan Hlaing
• May 28, 2021
Representatives from the National Unity Government, Myanmar's parallel government of ousted lawmakers, has welcomed a call by ASEAN leaders for an end to "military violence" after their crisis talks in Jakarta with junta leader Min Aung Hlaing
• Apr 25, 2021
The EU and US added new sanctions on top police and military commanders within Myanmar's armed forces on March 22 for their role in the February 1 coup. Meanwhile, pro-democracy demonstrators went back to the streets in defiance of a violent crackdown on protest.
• Mar 23, 2021
Seeking recognition as Myanmar's legitimate government, the CRPH is calling for international involvement in pushing back against the military, while at home, in the absence of senior elected NLD officials, they have assumed the role of interim government
• Mar 12, 2021
Anti-coup protesters defied warnings from Myanmar's generals and rallied Tuesday for a fourth straight day, after the military imposed a ban on gatherings at flashpoint sites.
• Feb 09, 2021