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Chris Sidoti: Targeted sanctions ‘essential’ in pressuring military back into barracks

July 29, 2021

Chris Sidoti speaks to ABC Australia Uncovering the shadowy business empire bankrolling Myanmar’s military generals   July 29, 2021 By Matt Davis and Anne Worthington When Swe W... Read more

Chris Sidoti: Telenor has responsibility to reduce damage as part of Myanmar exit

July 28, 2021

Chris Sidoti speaks to Myanmar Now Telenor will transfer call data records for 18m subscribers to junta-linked company Activists fear Telenor’s transfer of personal data, which may get ... Read more

SAC-M: Massive humanitarian intervention needed to confront Covid-19 emergency

July 28, 2021

Chris and Yanghee quoted in Myanmar Now Only a ‘massive’ humanitarian intervention can curb Myanmar’s Covid-19 ‘disaster,’ experts say International experts call for urgent U... Read more

Yanghee Lee: Unable to govern, junta fuels covid crisis

July 28, 2021

Yanghee Lee quoted in the Financial Times Myanmar’s Covid surge fuelled by mistrust of military junta Infections double every week and hospitals overflow after crackdown sends health w... Read more

Yanghee Lee: The junta is weaponising Covid-19

July 28, 2021

Yanghee Lee speaks to The Telegraph ‘We can’t breathe… and the whole world is silent’: Myanmar begs for oxygen as Covid crisis worsens Just like in India, Myanmar’s citize... Read more

Chris Sidoti: The Tatmadaw Must Be Hit Where it Hurts – Its Wallet

July 15, 2021

Chris Sidoti writes in Just Security that while not a panacea, targeted sanctions against Tatmadaw businesses by foreign governments are integral to weakening the junta’s grip on power... Read more


July 15, 2021

Yanghee Lee speaks to the New Internationalist The Cost of Inaction By Preeti Jha Yanghee Lee, a UN human rights envoy to Myanmar from 2014 to 2020, warned the world about the military’s... Read more

Chris Sidoti: Sanctions needed to cut off military cash supplies

June 29, 2021

Chris Sidoti speaks to Myanmar Now International sanctions on MOGE increasingly likely, says legal expert Myanmar Now June 28 Five months after the military seized power in Myanmar, hundreds... Read more

Chris Sidoti: Arms embargo essential to oppose Tatmadaw power grab

June 18, 2021

Chris Sidoti speaks to Karen News UN Security Council Fails to Act on Global Arms Embargo – As Burma’s Junta Continues Killing Unarmed Civilians Karen News June 15 A former member of the... Read more