Myanmar

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

Rohingya refugee crisis

The difficulties of finding a 'regional' solution to the crisis.

Making sense of Myanmar’s ongoing conflicts

Whether Myanmar’s ongoing ethnic and sectarian violence will derail rapid political, economic and social reform is the focus of a two-day conference starting at ANU.

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