The 200-page Burma Storybook documents contemporary Myanmar from literary censorship to freedom of expression, as seen through the eyes of 17 poets.
Davies’ book is a highly readable account of World War II in Myanmar that bears relevance even to today’s situation, writes Lintner.
Wade’s book is a useful and somewhat controversial contribution to the ongoing debate over the conflict that is tearing Rakhine State apart, writes Lintner.
Reshmi Banerjee reviews Jayde Lin Roberts’ book on the Sino-Burmese in Yangon.
Michael Vatikiotis looks at modern Southeast Asia and the power dynamics and conflicts that shape one of the world’s fastest growing regions.
This volume can be considered a genuine attempt to examine the character of conflict transformation in Myanmar, writes Dulyapak Preecharush.
The 200-page Burma Storybook is about contemporary Myanmar, as seen through the eyes of 17 Myanmar poets.
Courtney Wittekind reviews a new book on Buddhism and political thought by Matthew J. Walton.
Anne Décobert delves into the politics of providing humanitarian aid to those displaced by war in Burma.
U Kyaw Win’s story of an exiled life, rooted in Burma, linked to India, and lived out in the USA and across the globe.
Humphries’ excellent photos and their captions give a flavor to the area and the conflict not seen in any other work on the subject, writes Lintner.