Insights and Analysis

Report Examines Ethnic Conflicts in Myanmar

October 28, 2015

EthnicConflictReportAs landmark November elections approach, Myanmar is experiencing its most intensive armed conflicts in decades, particularly in the country’s north, where a handful of ceasefires and informal arrangements for local autonomy had maintained stability since the early 1990s. To better understand the complex political geography in these contested areas, read a recent Asia Foundation report which examines the administration systems of ethnic armed actors and how they relate to those of government.


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