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29th February 2024
The first of February marked the third anniversary of the military coup that upended Myanmar’s decade of democracy in 2021 and plunged much of the cou...

Podcast

1st September 2023
How does the global push for aid localisation apply to the research sector? In this podcast, The Asia Foundation, the Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle ...

Research report

31st August 2023
Six years after the forced displacement of over a million Rohingya people from Myanmar, the day-to-day support required by Rohingya refugees and human...

Blog

1st August 2023
By monitoring corrupt cross-border trading, international organizations can begin to understand the performance of Afghanistan’s economy.

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5th May 2023
As part of PeaceCon 2023, Nika Saeedi, Dr Nafees Hamid, Dr Simbal Khan and Amadou Tall will provide insights on how development practitioners and poli...

Research report

31st March 2023
The research explores conflict and instability in Chin State, Myanmar’s western border region with India, since the 2021 military coup. It examines sh...

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Governing at the margins: A patchwork of policies and practi...

Six years after the forced displacement of over a million Rohingya people from Myanmar, the day-to-day support required by Rohingya refugees and human...
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27th March 2023
Logging has surged amid the post-coup conflict, with sanctions pushing smugglers to open new routes to India, while activists and locals accuse both t...

Article

16th March 2023
Thousands fled Myanmar after the coup to India’s northeastern border state, where the local authorities and communities have offered protection and he...

Article

1st March 2023
A Chinese state-owned company and the military regime are quietly pushing forward with a railway line that would run through active conflict zones, af...

Article

1st February 2023
Seizing Myanmar’s borders with Bangladesh and India has become central to the Arakan Army’s dream of autonomy and has driven its strategy during times...

Podcast

23rd January 2023
In this podcast The Asia Foundation, the Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center, the Rift Valley Institute, and their local research partners dis...

Blog

19th December 2022
Pauline Zerla examines how traumatic events can be experienced by those who did not directly live them and how they affect the health and wellbeing of...

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