This paper examines the role of Myanmar’s military junta, the Tatmadaw, in the expansive
transnational organized crime network of the country. These criminal activities facilitated
by the Tatmadaw contribute to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Myanmar. Illicit finance
fuels the hostile power...
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There are unique forces at play that drive and sustain women in leadership roles in the East: In the case of Aung San Suu Kyi these have been the qualities of fearlessness, forgiveness, an ability to live in the paradox between her sense of traditional duty and social unconventionalities and her...
This study contributes to body of research that tests the effect of mobile phone signal coverage on the probability of violent collective action by shifting the level of analysis to a single country—Myanmar. The analysis uses a random effects logistic model of time-series cross-sectional data to...