Myanmar

The political economy of Myanmar

A recent two-week study tour gave 11 ANU students a first-hand insight into Myanmar's political, social and economic transitions.

A genealogy of taingyintha, Myanmar’s 'national races'

The concept of taingyintha, or “national races”, is among the preeminent political ideas in Myanmar today.

Playing jenga with Myanmar's rule of law

MISH KHAN explores how ideas of justice and law are being morphed by intermediaries.

Going mobile

The College of Asia and the Pacific has won Australian Government New Colombo Plan funding for five Asia-based projects.

After the flood

ANU Myanmar Students Association leads campus relief efforts

Tourism and Myanmar's missed opportunity

Foreign visitors are one way the country can quickly expand its economy.

A tale of two cities in Myanmar

The contrast between Yangon and Naypyitaw shows both the leaps and limits of Myanmar’s incredible transformation.

Students to experience fast-changing Myanmar

A group of ANU students is about to experience first-hand, the dynamics of a fast-changing Myanmar.

Myanmar speaker optimistic on elections

Speaker of upper house of Myanmar's parliament optimistic his country is transitioning to democratic rule

Making sense of the rule of law

A new study of Myanmar’s courts reveals the tensions between the rule of law and a focus on law and order

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