Min Aung Hlaing has delivered nothing but failure, and a titanic statue, since ousting a civilian government three years ago. He rules a diminished union.
The military’s demoralized Western Command is feeling the heat as the Arakan Army closes in on towns in northern Rakhine, with its sights set on the state capital Sittwe.
After losing control of so much territory, however, it remains to be seen how his regime would be able to hold such a poll.
With even regime supporters calling for Min Aung Hlaing’s resignation, and the SAC’s six-month legal extension set to expire, several scenarios have been raised.
Former cheerleaders of the junta are changing their tunes and broadcasting calls for Min Aung Hlaing to quit after the humiliating surrenders made by Myanmar’s military to resistance forces.
Min Aung Hlaing kept this year’s speech brief – just long enough to blame everyone for the disaster he created by seizing power from a democratically elected government almost three...
Launch of political and diplomatic offensives is urgent if the National Unity Government and ethnic armed allies are to retain momentum of Operation 1027.
Regime propaganda goes into overdrive after pistol-toting Min Aung Hlaing visits region’s safest town to meet injured soldiers and give cash, food and other aid to internally displaced people.
Junta boss Min Aung Hlaing tells his cabinet that he and Myanmar are being betrayed and undermined by ethnic armed groups, foreign drone whizzes, bank staff, laziness and a former...
The Spring Revolution and Operation 1027 have debunked once and for all the notion that the Myanmar military is the guarantor of the country’s integrity and security.