Making sense of Myanmar’s coup
Mikael Gravers, Aarhus University: Early in the morning on 1 February 2021, the Myanmar armed forces (Tatmadaw) arrested President Win Myint and State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, along with other high-ranking National League for Democracy (NLD) members. As the military staged the coup, armoured cars and soldiers guarded radio and television stations and the […]Read more
Thai politics costing lives. Again.
Thai politics have been somewhat baffling the past two weeks. So has Cambodian politics. And as always when the two Kingdoms clash and create irrational political atmospheres, people have suffered. In this case, several people have died. But let’s start with the beginning:Read more
Kyrgyz Revolution (?): Lessons of the past, perspectives for the future, by Anjelika Mamytova
something happens once it is an accident, twice a coincidence, and a third time
a pattern (Scott Radnitz)