In this webinar, Ambassador Sihasak Phuangketkeow looked at Thailand’s role, posture, and interests resulting from the Myanmar military’s seizure of power on 1 February 2021.
In this webinar, Ms Priscilla Clapp and Dr Morten B Pedersen shared their perspectives on how different external interlocutors are navigating their interactions with Myanmar, and the bilateral and multilateral implications of Myanmar’s engagement with major powers and regional actors, whether by the SAC or the NUG.
In this webinar, Mr Khine Win and Mr Thompson Chau shared their insights and assessments of the devastating effects of the coup in Myanmar and most recent Covid-19 wave, how different economic actors and interlocutors are navigating the ground, and the relevance of alternative visions for responsible investment proposed by the National Unity Government.
In this webinar, Mr Thurein Lwin and Mr Matthew Arnold discussed the micro-realities of Myanmar’s post-coup economic challenges, and implications for governance, the bureaucracy and future investment and development prospects.
In this webinar, Ms Vicky Bowman and Ms Pwint Htun discussed the near-term prospects for the economy and people’s lives in Myanmar.
In this webinar, Mr Nyantha Maw Lin and Mr Maw Htun Aung shared their views from inside Myanmar on the situation at ground level, in both urban and ethnic areas, and offer insight into people’s prevailing sentiments and reactions to the current crisis.
In this webinar, Dr Nick Cheesman and Professor Melissa Crouch discussed Myanmar’s political and social crisis in the context of the state of terror and loathing of “national politics” in Myanmar, and the constitutional implications of the February 1 coup.
In this webinar, Ms Moe Thuzar and Mr Romain Caillaud discussed the desperate situation in which Myanmar finds itself in the context of the mounting need for mediation and a coordinated international response to Myanmar’s crisis.
In this webinar, four speakers with research expertise in these different aspects of Myanmar’s transition will share their thoughts on what comes next after the vote, for the country and the diverse communities within it.
The ISEAS Myanmar Studies Programme organised a webinar on “Myanmar’s 2020 Vote: A Post-Election Analysis” to hear different perspectives and research viewpoints on some of the key factors that contributed to the election outcome, and looking ahead to how this outcome would shape the post-election landscape.