A stable Myanmar is in India’s interest. In the short term at least, New Delhi will avoid antagonizing the junta, which could play into the hands of regional rival China.
Can the Chin National Army successfully capitalize on Indian frustration at the cozy ties between the Tatmadaw and anti-New Delhi insurgents?
A new book furthers our understanding of the oft-maligned, border-straddling ethnic group’s culture and history, and its troubled relationship with the Chinese state.
Amid a changed security landscape since the Feb. 1 military coup, the Indian rebel group and others appear to be reasserting their presence inside Myanmar.