The Southeast Asian bloc is considering stronger measures against the Myanmar military but a range of factors may preserve the unproductive status quo.
In Sagaing Region, local people linked to resistance groups risk death to document the conflict, providing media outlets with a vital – if inevitably partisan – source of information from the ground.
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Parents in conflict-torn regions are sending their children to monastic schools in Yangon, where they can be educated in safety but also often lose connection to their homelands.
The toll of conflict on individuals and whole communities is revealed in documentaries submitted to a recent film competition.
In the second of our two-part series on justice and accountability in Rakhine State, we examine the use of “universal jurisdiction” in Argentina and the problems with Myanmar’s own investigation into allegations of abuses.